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Sustainable Transportation

As Concordians, we have many of options when it comes to getting to and from the university.

Secure Indoor Bike Parking Facility

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Protect your bicycle from the elements and from thieves.

CLICK HERE for more information.

 

Abandoned Bike Procedure and Bike Sweeps

Every year, Environmental Health & Safety removes abandoned bikes from the bike racks to make way for active cyclists to park. Confiscated bikes are held by security for a three-month storage period, after which they’re donated to an organization that recycles and refurbishes them. Read more about the Abandoned Bicycle Procedure.

BIXI on Campus

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There are currently six BIXI stations on or near the downtown SGW Campus and two at Loyola, including a brand new station with 27 bikes between the Administrative (AD) and Communication Studies and Journalism (CJ) buildings.

BIXI is once again offering a discount for Concordia students, faculty and staff: 20% off an annual membership! The offer is available until June 30, 2018.

Safe Biking Resources

Biking to Concordia's two campuses is easy with dedicated bike lanes. Here are some rules of the road and tips to stay safe.

Velo Quebec's Safe Biking Guide (French Only)

The League of American Bicyclists

Cycling Groups & Resources on Campus

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Concordia Cycling is an association grouping all the undergraduate cycling enthusiasts of Concordia. The main goal of the club is to provide a safe and friendly environment for weekly organized rides opened to all.

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Right to Move is a non-profit organization that was started in the spring of 1997 by a group who believed bicycles are a form of transportation that should be available to all, regardless of gender, age, wealth or ethnicity.

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Le Petit Vélo Rouge (LPVR) is a collectively run campus and community bike organization in Montreal. The organization was founded in 2010 with the short-term goal of repairing used bicycles for sale to students at Concordia and across Montreal campuses. Our long term goal of the project is to be a community focused bicycle repair shop at the Loyola campus.

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The Concordia Library Sustainability Resource Guide is a tool for students, faculty and staff to help explore sutainability research resources. The Guide has links to biking and sustainability book and video recommendations, organizations and other literature material.  

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