BICYCLE PARKING RECORDS UPDATED APRIL 18, 2013 (existing and proposed sidewalk bike racks, on-street corrals, racks in garages, and bike lockers)
See the Bicycle Parking Brochure for information on the Bicycle Parking Program
The SFMTA is currently installing bicycle parking facilities thanks to funding by:
Follow this link for tips on keeping your bicycle securely locked and safe.
Follow this link to view information on the SFMTA operated bicycle lockers.
Click on the link to request a sidewalk bicycle rack. You may also call 311 or email email@example.com to make a request. If the original request did not come from the business owner or manager, SFMTA staff will contact the business adjacent to the requested site for confirmation that the rack is wanted .
Sidewalk bicycle racks are intended for short-term bicycle parking. For information about long-term bike parking, specifically at San Francisco office buildings, please refer to the Employee Bike Access Bill passed by the San Francisco Board of Supervisors in 2012. This bill requires owners of commercial buildings to either provide secure bicycle parking in buildings or to allow the tenants to bring their bicycles into the building.
Bicycle Rack Placement Guidelines - View the guidelines for placing bicycle racks on sidewalks.
In June 2009, The Board of Supervisors amended Sections 155(j), 155.1, 155.4 and 155.5 of the Planning Code regulating required bicycle parking facilities and off-street car parking for City-owned and leased facilities, new and renovated commercial land uses and residential uses with 2 or more dwelling units.
NEXT APPLICATION DEADLINE: MAY 15, 2013. To request a bike corral, complete and return the application portion of the SFMTA On-Street Bicycle Parking Corral Application, Criteria and Process (PDF) packet. On-street bicycle parking corrals are bicycle racks placed in the parking lane on the roadway where demand for bike parking is higher than can be accommodated on the sidewalk. Approximately 8-12 bikes can be parked in one car space, making bike corrals a comparatively efficient use of roadway space.
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Bicycle services are provided by the Sustainable Streets Division of the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA). Copyright © 2000-2013 SFMTA. All rights reserved. Updated April 21, 2013