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Bicycle Parking Guidelines, 2nd Edition: A set of recommendations from the Association of Pedestrian and Bicycle Professionals (© APBP, 2010)

Please note that you are purchasing a link for a download. A printed version of the Bicycle Parking Guidelines is not available at this time. After you submit your payment information, you will receive an e-mail from APBP with a link for the download. If you request an invoice, the e-mail will be sent after APBP receives payment.This document is 83 pages, 17MB. If you have a dial-up connection, please contact APBP to arrange delivery of the document.

Your purchase of this item constitutes your agreement to these terms of use: You may download the Bicycle Parking Guidelines, 2nd Edition, document one time. You may print one copy for your own use. You are not permitted to otherwise duplicate or distribute Bicycle Parking Guidelines, 2nd Edition.

Summary: In the spring of 2002, the Association of Pedestrian and Bicycle Professionals published Bicycle Parking Guidelines, a basic guide to the selection and placement of bicycle racks specifically for short-term parking. (This document is available as a free download here.) Since then, the rapid growth of bicycling, particularly in urban areas, has led to many innovations in the field of bicycle parking. This second edition of Bicycle Parking Guidelines updates the original guide and adds material on long-term and sheltered parking, as well as event parking, in-street bicycle parking, and bicycle transit centers. The new edition is now a comprehensive resource for practitioners and includes (highlighted items are new to the second edition):

• General bicycle parking principles and definitions of bicycle parking terms
• Guidance for both short- and long-term bicycle parking
• Elements of a good rack or locker, including specific performance criteria
Maintenance best practices
Sample site plans and diagrams to help avoid blunders in rack and locker placement
Sample quantity requirements for bicycle parking to meet need by land use
A worksheet for programming bicycle parking for a building or cluster of buildings
Abundant images and charts to illustrate concepts and conditions

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