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Winter is coming. Do you know where your bike is?

Unused bicycles will be removed from campus racks on November 10
November 7, 2016
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By Chantal Forgues, sustainability coordinator

Photo by Gigantic Robot (Flickr Creative Commons)


The fall bike sweep is here.

Cyclists may notice that some bicycles on campus have been tagged, which means they have been identified as abandoned by their owners.

On November 10, Environmental Health and Safety will remove all tagged two-wheelers from the bike racks to make way for active cyclists to park.

If your bike was tagged by mistake, simply remove the tag before November 10.

Remember, bike racks are not meant to be long-term storage solutions.


After the sweep on November 10

Has your bike disappeared on this exact date? Call Security at 514-848-2424, ext. 3717.


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sustainable transportation at Concordia.

 



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