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Portland Bureau of Transportation

We keep Portland moving

Phone: 503-823-5185

Fax: 503-823-7576

1120 SW Fifth Ave, Suite 800, Portland, OR 97204

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Bicycle Parking

The Portland Bureau of Transportation provides publicly accessible bicycle parking and works with businesses and the community to provide better long and short-term bicycle parking throughout the city. 

A free bicycle rack can be installed on the sidewalk in front of your business as long as the location meets the minimum requirements


Request a Bicycle Rack

For more information on Bicycle Parking programs, email BikeParking@PortlandOregon.gov


Abandoned Bicycles

Report an abandoned bicycle in the public right-of-way (sidewalk, street sign, bike rack, etc).

Art Racks (Non-standard Bicycle Racks)

Information about permits, design, and installation of custom bike racks

Bicycle Lockers

Find secure, covered bike storage that's available throughout the Portland metro area

Bicycle Parking Corrals

Portland's on-street bicycle parking corrals offer businesses an opportunity to increase the amount of parking available to customers as well as improve the sidewalk environment. Read about this program and submit new corral location suggestions.

Bicycle Rack Manufacturers

A list of bicycle rack manufacturers for sourcing private bike parking racks.

Bike Parking Maps

Downtown and Lloyd District bike parking maps

Event Bicycle Parking

Recommendations and resources for providing bicycle parking at public events

Handbook of Approved Bicycle Racks

A list of bicycle racks that will meet the building code standards for minimum long-term bicycle parking requirements.

Installing Bicycle Parking

Find information about how to install bicycle racks in Portland.

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