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Alta Planning + Design. (2013). Regional Bike Parking Study: Bicycle Parking Installation                                                                        
      Guidelines (pp. 86–97).

 

Association of Pedestrian and Bicycle Professionals. (2002). Bicycle Parking Guidelines.
      Cedarburg. Retrieved from www.apbp.org

 

Cambridge City Council. (2010). Cycle Parking Guide: For New Residential Developments.
      Cambridge.

 

City of Thunder Bay. (n.d.). Thunder Bay Bicycle Parking Guidelines (pp. 1–46).

 

City of Toronto. (2008). Guidelines for the Design and Management of Bicycle Parking Facilities
      (pp. 1–38). Toronto.

 

"NACTO Urban Bikeway Design Guide." NACTO. N.p., n.d. Web. 19 Mar. 2014.
      http://nacto.org/cities-for-cycling/design-guide/>.

 

Reviewers and Contributors

Adam Cooper, MCIP, RPP

Kevin Chan

Mike Kittmer, Active Transportation Planner

Ian Ross McDonald, Architect

Mark Hamilton, Architect

 

 

BIKE PARKING GUIDE


1. Why Bike Parking?

2. Short Term Bike Parking

3. Long Term Bike Parking

4. Beyond Bike Parking


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