Secure bike parking consists of a covered space in combination with a lock or attendant. Secure bike parking can be a designated indoor bike parking and locking system, bike cage in a parking garage, or even a designated bike space inside an office. www.sfbike.org/parking
A bicycle accommodation policy is similar to the complete streets policy, but usually with less requirements. The policy is meant to encourage bicycle accessibility in new designs. http://www.aot.state.vt.us/planning/Documents/Planning/VTBPPP2-10-08Final.pdf
The SafeCyclist Curriculum is a comprehensive bicycle and pedestrian safety education curriculum designed for fourth and fifth grade elementary students. The SafeCyclist Certification Training provides teachers and youth community workers with bicycle and pedestrian safety skills and the curriculum needed to teach these life saving skills to their students.
Storm grates that run Parallel to the street can be a major hazard for cyclists. If the spacing is wide enough, a front tire can easily get stuck in the grate causing a crash or damaged rim. Flickr: Bfinnegan
Bus Bicycle Racks allow users to travel long distances with their bike and not break a sweat. Common bus bicycle racks only have two spaces for bicycles. Flickr: Richard Masoner
A separate bike lane is used to protect cyclists from vehicular traffic. The lane is at the same level at the street but is usually separated by a concrete curb, planters, bollards, pylons, etc. Sometimes these are referred to as cycletracks or protected bikeways.
Bike lockers offer secure protection from theft and the elements. Flickr: Ross Mayfield
Singletrack paths are one bike width wide. These tracks are typically found in natural settings and are used by mountain and other off-road bikes. Singletrack paths are ideal for mountain bikers because the paths are not wide enough for four wheelers which could potentially present a dangerous conflict to cyclists.