Sustainability Office

Queen's

Sustainability

Queen's

Sustainability

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Secure Bike Parkingmap showing location of secure bike storage

A key component of the University’s broader objective to create a sustainable campus is developing a safe, inviting and convenient active transportation network. Cycling provides a quick and fun way to get to and around the University in a way that is good for both personal health and the environment. 

To help enhance the existing cycling infrastructure on campus and help remove barriers to a greater cycling uptake, a secure bike storage facility has been installed in the courtyard between Mackintosh-Corry Hall and Dunning Hall.

In addition to the installed traditional bike racks, which users are encouraged to use, the facility is secured by a 10-foot tall metal fence with an access-controlled point of entry.  The location also benefits from overhead shelter, a hard surface, enhanced lighting and the available basic bike tool stand.  The storage area has capacity for about 70 bicycles at any given time.

The following fees apply to use the secure storage area:

Students Faculty & Staff
$20 per year (September 1- August 31)

$30 per year (September 1- August 31)

This project was made possible by contributions from the AMS and Housing and Ancillary Services Sustainability Fund, an initiative supported through Queen's cold beverage contract with Coca-Cola. 

Tips to Prevent Bike Theft

1. Register your bike with the Queen's Bike Registration System

2. Buy a secure bike lock from Bikes & Boards (in the JDUC) or anywhere else you can buy bikes!

3. Always find a good bike rack to lock up your bike. Use this handy map to locate bike rack locations on campus. 

4. Get more great bike safety and theft prevention tips from Campus Security.