TransportationNew bike parking opens at King Edward Canada Line station

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TransLink has opened its fourth bike parkade, this time at King Edward Station on the Canada Line.

The parkades allow people who cycle to and from transit stations to store their bike for the day.

The cost is minimal at $1 per day, up to a maximum of $8 per month. The secure bike parkades can be accessed via Compass Card, and are open 24/7.

Additional bike parkades are available at the following SkyTrain stations:

  • Main Street-Science World (SkyTrain Expo line)
  • Joyce-Collingwood (SkyTrain Expo line)
  • King George (SkyTrain Expo line)

Two more bike parkades are slated to open later this year, at Metrotown and Commercial-Broadway. Future locations also include Burquitlam, Moody Centre and Lafarge Lake-Douglas on the Evergreen Line.

To access the bike parkade, it’s important to register your Compass Card for Bike Parkade online at compasscard.ca

This video from TransLink explains how the bike parkade works:

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