For many commuters, one-way trips are less than 2 miles. When you bicycle to work, school, the grocery store and other destinations you are reducing traffic congestion, cutting pollution and saving money! Bicycle commuters in Phoenix also can ride the bus and light rail. When you travel to work by bike, the information below can help plan your route or make connections with transit.
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Bike lanes have a black-and-white sign with white bicycle and black letters. It is always marked with at least one white stripe and a bicycle stencil.
Bike routes have a green sign with white leters and may be marked with one white stripe.
Traveling with bicycles on the bus or light rail.
Daily storage for bicycles at Central Station.
4.6 miles of bike lanes, bike dots, shared lane markings and guide signs.
Bikesharing—the shared use of a bicycle fleet—is an innovative transportation strategy that positions bicycles among a network of docking positions for immediate public access. It’s an easy way to ride a bike from one point to another; it’s faster than walking and sometimes faster than the bus or train. Bicycles are available 24 hours per day and short trips are encouraged. Bikesharing connects you to other transit modes such as Light Rail and Bus.
CycleHop will place 500 bicycles around Phoenix near popular destinations and light rail. You can choose any of the 50+ locations across Phoenix and return the bike to any bikeshare position or bike rack. Check out a bike for your trip to work, light rail, bus, run errands, go shopping, or visit friends and family. Join CycleHop for a day, 3 days, 7 days, a month, or a year.
Members can ride up to 60 minutes per day for free. Each additional 30 minutes will cost $2. Bikeshare enables trips to local businesses that would otherwise not be made. Bikeshare expands personal transportation options.
To file a report on street conditions or request additional information, please contact Bicycle Coordinator Joseph Perez.