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Reference > Transportation Planning > Bicycle & Greenway Planning Printer Friendly Version
Bicycle Parking Needs, 1999

Bicycle Parking NeedsThe project documents the status of on-going efforts to plan, design and implement bicycle parking in other North American and international cities. It also reports existing bicycle parking facilities and parking ordinances in New York City, assesses needs and makes preliminary recommendations for improvements.

Final recommendations include a variety of prototype programs for testing in New York City. It contains a list of recommendations for ways in which, and locations where, the City of New York can provide bicycle parking facilities directly while also encouraging private property owners to do the same. Recommendations address the following issues:

• On-Street Bicycle Parking Improvements
• Bicycle Lockers
• Bike Stations
• Local Laws and Ordinances
• Encouragement Campaign.

The focus of the study is Manhattan south of 59th Street, the portion of the city that, according to the Department’s survey, attracts the majority of bicycle commute trips (see Appendix E).

The Bicycle Parking Needs is available as one complete document (PDF Document 7.4 MB) or in parts in PDF format:

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