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Bike Parking

 

Cycling to a transit station is a great way to commute. If you cycle to a station there are four ways to park your bike.


On this page

  • Bike Parkades: indoor facilities for customers with multiple bike racks inside.

  • Bike Lockers: a reserved locker for your bike.

  • Bike Racks: outdoor racks for locking your bike up.


Bike Parkade Map

Existing Bike Parkade Existing Bike Parkades

Read more about Bike Parkades

Bike Parkades are convenient, easy-to-use bicycle day storage facilities located at transit hubs across the region.

Parkades Status
Bridgeport Station Open
Burquitlam Station Open
Commercial–Broadway Station Open
Joyce–Collingwood Station Open
King Edward Station Open
King George Station Open
Lafarge Lake-Douglas Station Open
Main Street-Science World Station Open
Metrotown Station Open
Port Coquitlam Station Open
Maple Meadows Station Open

Anyone with a registered Compass Card can enroll to use Bike Parkades. Space is first-come first-served, and the cost is $1/day — up to a maximum of $8/month. Follow these easy steps to enroll online:

  1. If you don't already have one, get a Compass Card.

  2. Register it on compasscard.ca.

  3. At the bottom of the "My Cards" tab under "My Programs", enroll in Bike Parkade.

Enroll today at compasscard.ca.

  • Monitored by CCTV.

  • Convenient 24/7 access.

  • Only accessible to registered Bike Parkade users.

  1. Lock your bike to an unoccupied designated rack space. Bikes weighing over 18 kg (40 lb) must use bottom racks.

  2. TransLink reserves the right to remove your bike if it is not locked to a designated rack at all times.

  3. Do not allow entry to any unauthorized persons. Ensure that the door completely closes behind you when entering/exiting the Bike Parkade.

  4. To ensure Bike Parkade racks are available when needed, long term bicycle storage is not permitted. Bikes left for longer than four days will be considered abandoned, tagged, and removed without notice.

  5. Storage of personal items and perishable or combustible materials is prohibited. All personal items will be removed.

    • Contact TransLink’s Lost Property Office at 604-953-3334 if your bike or personal property has been removed from a Bike Parkade.

  6. Only bikes, e-bikes, and cargo bikes are permitted to be stored inside Bike Parkades.

    • E-scooters, electric- and Vespa-style scooters, and gas-powered scooters are not permitted to be stored inside Bike Parkades.

  7. Users are responsible for any damage caused to the Bike Parkade itself or of any theft, loss, removal, or damage to items left in the facilities.

  8. Report any damage, security, or maintenance issues to the appropriate authorities listed below.

    • Contact Customer Information for Bike Parkade maintenance and damage at 604.953.3333

    • Contact Transit Police for stolen items by texting 87.77.77 (Note: standard carrier text messaging rates may apply)

  9. Neither TransLink nor its operating subsidiaries are responsible for theft, loss, removal, or damage to any items stored in a Bike Parkade.

Starting Jan. 26, 2023, we’re removing forgotten and abandoned bikes from Bike Parkades to maintain accessible and easy-to-use facilities for active cyclists.

Bike Parkades are meant for day-use only, not long-term storage. We ask Bike Parkade users to help fellow cyclists who need day-use Bike Parkades to seamlessly transfer between cycling and transit.

To alert bike owners of any pending removal, TransLink staff will attach a removal notification tag on bikes and other items two weeks before they’re removed and donated.

A bike owner who discovers a removal notification tag on their bike, and who wishes to continue using the Bike Parkades for permitted day-use only, may dispose of the removal notification tag and continue using the Bike Parkades on a daily basis provided that the bike is removed from the applicable Bike Parkade at the end of each day.

Removed bikes will be donated to the PEDAL Society to find a new home unless reported as stolen, in which case the Transit Police will contact the owner to arrange a pick-up.

Moving forward, clean outs will occur biannually and follow the same procedure.



Bike Lockers

Assigned lockers are perfect for commuters looking for a safe place to park their bike during the day.


Bike Locker Map

Bike locker at a bus exchange Bus Exchange Bike locker at SkyTrain SkyTrain Bike lockers at West Coast Express West Coast Express

Note: Bike locker renewal payments can be made at the TransLink Customer Service Centre at Waterfront Station by cash, debit, or credit card, by mailing a cheque to the TransLink Customer Service Centre, or online by PayPal using the link in the renewal email. Please email bikelockers@translink.ca if you need the link resent to you, if you require more information, or for current availability of bike lockers.


SkyTrain WCE Bus Exchanges/
Park & Rides
22nd Street Station (On-Demand only) Maple Meadows Station Carvolth Exchange (On-Demand only)
29th Avenue Station Mission City Station Langley Centre
Aberdeen Station Pitt Meadows Station Lonsdale Quay Exchange (On-Demand only)
Braid Station South Surrey Park & Ride Ride Phibbs Exchange (On-Demand only)
Bridgeport Station Port Haney Station South Surrey Park & Ride
Broadway–City Hall Station Coquitlam Central Station  
Coquitlam Central Station    
Gilmore Station    
Inlet Centre Station    
Lake City Way Station    
Langara–49th Avenue Station    
Lansdowne Centre Station    
Lincoln Station    
Lougheed Town Centre Station    
Marine Drive Station    
Moody Centre Station (On-Demand only)    
Oakridge–41st Avenue Station    
Olympic Village Station    
Patterson Station    
Production Way-University    
Renfrew Station    
Richmond–Brighouse Station (On-Demand only)    
Rupert Station    
Scott Road Station    
Sperling–Burnaby Lake Station    
Surrey Central Station    
VCC–Clark Station (On-Demand only)    

On-Demand Bike Parking Pilot

Want to use bike lockers without having to rent monthly or worry about keys? Try our new on-demand bike lockers and racks which offer flexible usage options, all controlled through your smartphone for your convenience!

Features of on-demand bike lockers:

  • No need to book in advance – these lockers are first come, first served.

  • Customers can choose from pay-as-you-go or monthly subscription options.

    • No deposit or registration required.

    • Monthly subscribers have unlimited guaranteed access to subscription-only lockers, though are not guaranteed the same locker each trip.

  • Keyless access and smartphone payment through the Bikeep app.

  • More security features than a traditional outdoor bike locker, for your peace of mind. 

  • Real-time vacancy information is provided through the app to help customers use the program and transit system with more spontaneity and flexibility.

To learn more about rates and how to use on-demand bike lockers and racks, visit our Mobile Services page.

To learn more about TransLink’s On-Demand Bike Parking Pilot and other pilot initiatives, visit our TransLink Tomorrow page.

  • Rent a bike locker for only $10/month! (plus GST and a $50 refundable key deposit, 3-month minimum rental period required).

  • We require a 3-month minimum for bike locker rentals and a refundable $50 key deposit.

For current availability of bike lockers and general inquiries, email us at bikelockers@translink.ca, or visit us at the TransLink Customer Service Centre at Waterfront Station.

Free outdoor bike racks are available outside all SkyTrain stations, all WCE stations, and at most bus exchanges. Please note, storage at these publicly-accessible racks is done at your own risk.

TransLink uses two bike locker designs with separate measurements depending on their usage.

  • Self-serve lockers: 44" x 80" x 91"

  • Keyed lockers: 40" x 77.5" x 87"