Many cities, towns or other governmental organizations have set minimum ordinances or other mandates. These are the best places to determine the number of bike parking spaces needed. is a great resource to begin your search. You can usually find bike parking guidelines and other ordinances regarding required bike parking capacity, placement and right-of-way in a city’s public works or parks and recreation department. Another great resource for guidelines and ordinances are bicycle advocacy organizations. These are communities of cyclists who live the bike lifestyle and have years of resourceful insights when it comes to bike parking. We have provided several city requirement links below for you. 


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