Please join us on February 28 at noon for a Lunch and Learn presented by Lou Fineberg of DERO. Anyone interested in learning more about bicycle parking is welcome to attend! American Institute of Architects (AIA) offering 1.0 LU/HSW credit hours to registered architect.
The growth of bicycle use for transportation and tourism has increased significantly in the past decade and as a result, deliberate attention to bicycle parking is needed now more than ever. Bicycle storage facilities have become an integral part of new developments and are touted as a premium asset in commercial and residential properties. This session provides a fundamental approach to comprehensive bicycle parking standards, from selecting the right equipment to adequately preparing the space. The Bicycle Parking Standards and Installation session provides the expertise to improve bike storage to meet the needs of both the developer and the end user.
1. Describe the fundamental design features that create desirable bike parking facilities.
2. Use appropriate spacing standards for installation to allow for easy access for cyclists and their bicycles.
3. Identify the key considerations to meet ADA, LEED, and Parksmart standards.
4. Explain how to apply common guidelines of bike parking requirements
Contact Heidi Coulter at firstname.lastname@example.org with additional questions!