Bicyclists of all ages know the feeling of freedom when riding a bicycle.
Imagine the freedom when you combine bicycling with transit.
Sound Transit encourages you to bicycle to and from our trains and buses. Bicycles are allowed on all Sound Transit vehicles at no extra cost. However, on-board capacity is limited so if you can, please park and securely lock your bicycle at our facilities before getting on board. Racks, lockers and/or cages are available at all Sound Transit facilities.
If you need more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
On-board capacity is limited, so we encourage bicyclists to park their bicycle at a facility and walk on the train or bus.
All Sound Transit facilities have bicycle racks, lockers and/or cages.
When storing your bike at a Sound Transit facility:
Bicycle racks are outdoors, occasionally covered, and are first come, first served.
Bicycle lockers are rented by the year for the sole use of the renter. Rental fees are non-refundable $50 per year and a $50 refundable key deposit. Find out about your station's bicycle locker availability at email email@example.com.
Bicycle cages are secure rooms with two-tiered racks. Subscribers pay $50 a year. Bicycles must be locked in the cage because all subscribers have access. For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Bicycles are welcome on all Sound Transit trains and buses, but space is limited.
Consider parking your bike at your Sound Transit facility.
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Rules for trains
Link light rail
Rules for buses
Bicycles and transit are a great fit. It’s important to be safe when you’re combining the two.
First and foremost, always pay attention to your surroundings. Look carefully in all directions any time you’re around buses and trains. Safety first!
When you’re loading your bicycle on a bus, wave at and make eye contact with the driver before stepping in front of the bus to use the bus bike rack. When you’re ready to get off the bus, leave from the front door and tell the driver you’re removing your bicycle. Never step into traffic to load or unload your bicycle from a bus.
When you’re standing with your bicycle on a Link or Sounder train, make sure your bicycle doesn’t interfere with other riders boarding or getting off the train. It’s okay to step off the train at the platform to make it easier for other riders to get on or off.