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Bicycling is a great choice for short commutes or as part of a longer trip. You can ride your bike to the nearest transit stop or park-and-ride lot to meet with your carpool or vanpool. Most transit centers and light rail stations have bike racks and lockers. In addition, all Valley Metro buses and light rail trains are equipped with bike racks.
For more information about the benefits of biking to work, easy steps to get started and safety tips, contact Commute Solutions at 602.262.7433. Download our current bicycle brochure here.
There are open air bike stands (sometimes referred to as bike racks) available at Metrocenter, Desert Sky, Sunnyslope, and Paradise Valley Transit Centers, Dreamy Draw Park-and-Ride (32th St. at Shea Blvd), the 79th Avenue and McDowell Park-and-Ride, and the Deer Valley Park-and-Ride (Bell Rd. & I-17).
Bike lockers are self serve and available on a first-come, first-served basis. You must bring your own lock to use the locker if available.
To use a bike locker, open the door, roll the bike in, close the door, install lock through the holes on the handle and lock it up. Items may not be stored over night. If they are not removed they are subject to being turned into lost and found. A list of bike locker locations is available here. Download the Bike on Transit flyer here.
Portable Bike Rack Loan Program
Valley Metro Commute Solutions offers portable bike racks at no charge to organizations holding events in Maricopa County. For program information click here. For bike rack set up, use, and tear down instructions, click here .
Bicycling can be used for short trips or to extend a transit trip. To learn how and where you can check out a public bike 24/7 visit Grid Bike Share.