Bicycling at Emory
Emory supports a bicycling culture for those who cycle to work, and those who bicycle around campus. Consider cycling to work or class as a healthier alternative to driving.
Emory's bicycle commuter program provides incentives for those who choose to cycle instead of driving to work. Once cyclists register they receive an Occasional Parking Permit, which will allow them to drive and park in inclement weather.
Rules & Regulations
• It is the policy of Emory University to remove bicycles and/or other vehicles secured in any way to objects other than designated bike racks. This policy applies specifically to railings, handrails, and guardrails,
especially those railings or other objects that may be
required by persons with mobility impairments.
• Bicycles parked in areas that restrict egress for life
safety purposes or in any area that would impede or
restrict pedestrian or vehicular traffic will be subject
to impoundment. Bicycles that are abandoned for
more than thirty (30) days in a bike rack will be
• The University is not responsible for damage to
locking devices that require removal because they are
secured to objects other than designated bike racks
or are abandoned. If the bicycle is registered with
Emory Police or the National Bike Registry, the owner
will be contacted at the residence on file.
• Confiscated bicycles will be held for thirty (30) days,
after which the bicycles will be recycled.
Bike Emory is a unique partnership between Emory, Fuji Bikes, an international bicycle retailer, and Bicycle South, a bicycle outlet near Emory's campus. Through the Bike Emory program students, faculty and staff can:
Review frequently asked questions about bicycling at Emory.
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