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Bikes on Transit

You can take your bike almost everywhere with you: on the bus, SkyTrain, SeaBus and West Coast Express. Electric and folding bicycles are also allowed on the system now. So whether you're commuting to work, or just want to cycle around Stanley Park and then bus it back home, transit can help you, and your bike, go further.

Bike lockers are available for rent at various stations and exchanges throughout Metro Vancouver.

Bus

  • maximum of two bikes per bus
  • to fit in the rack, bikes must have a minimum wheel diameter of 40 cm (16")
  • never use a personal lock and/or chain to secure your bike to the bus rack

SkyTrain

  • Canada Line: maximum of one bike per car; bikes are allowed all hours in all directions
  • Expo and Millennium Line: maximum of two bikes per car; limited use during rush hour times
  • bikes must be less than 185 cm (73") long
  • bikes are not allowed at Metrotown Station

SeaBus

  • maximum of six bikes per sailing
  • bikes must be less than 185 cm (73") long
  • trailers or other obtrusive attachments are not allowed

West Coast Express

  • maximum two bikes per car

For details about taking your bike on any mode of transit, or to apply to rent a bike locker, check out the Bikes on Transit section on the full site.

We've partnered with HUB Cycling and Mobi by Shaw Go

In celebration of Bike to Work Week, we've partnered with Hub Cycling and Mobi by Shaw Go. Mobi is offering a free Day Pass so you can cycle for part of your commute.

Use the promo code biketotransit to redeem a free 24 hour pass at www.mobibikes.ca and get cycling.

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