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Parking and Transportation Services is committed to promoting sustainable transportation options for the campus community. The department works within the guidelines of the Campus Sustainability Task Force and the South Coast Air Quality Management District to mitigate air pollution and traffic congestion by offering programs and services that support human-powered, transportation such as walking, bicycling, and skateboarding.

CSULB has received two national awards from the League of American Bicyclists.

Campus Bike Lanes and Racks

Bicycles must be parked at one of the bicycle racks located throughout campus. View the campus bike map for the locations of bike lanes and racks on campus.

Free Bicycle Safety Classes

CSULB Parking and Transportation Services in conjunction with League of American Bicyclists Licensed Cycling Instructors offer free Traffic Skills 101 bicycle safety classes to the campus community. Traffic Skills 101 (TS101) is a fast-paced class that will give you the confidence to ride safely and legally in traffic or on the trail. Learn how to conduct bicycle safety checks, fix a flat, on-bike skills and crash avoidance techniques. For more information on the free bicycle safety class, please call (562) 985-RIDE or register online.

Brush up on your cycling skills:

  • Driverís ed for cyclists
  • Basic mechanics
  • How to be predictable, visible and safe
  • Evasive maneuvers to avoid collisions
  • How to drive your bike in traffic

Free Bicycle Safety Checks & Fixit Clinics

The second Wednesday of each month during fall and spring semesters, 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at the Student Recreation and Wellness Center Dero Fixit Station, bicycle mechanics from JAX Bicycle Center will be on-site offering free instruction on how to fix and maintain your bike.

CSULB Cyclist Discount

Present your CSULB ID card at JAX Bicycle Center on Bellflower Blvd. and Spring St. to receive a 10% discount on all regularly priced bikes, accessories, and service.

Bicycle Theft Prevention and Recovery

We recommend the use of a u-lock device rather than a chain or cable lock to protect your bike. We also recommend registering your bike with University Police. Registering your bike provides helpful information to law enforcement in the event your bike is stolen and increases the likelihood that your bike will be recovered. To obtain a bicycle license, contact University Police at (562) 985-4101. The service is free for a limited time. Please bring proof of purchase, if available.