StreetFilms: Berkeley’s Bikestation

This is the first of three videos StreetFilms will be posting in the coming week about innovative bike parking ideas in the California East Bay Area.

Dave Campbell of the Bicycle-Friendly Berkeley Coalition gives a quick tour of a Bikestation facility in Berkeley — a bicycles actually have their own parking attendant. In a much denser, populated city like New York City, this kind of bike amenity could be implemented at key transit hubs like Penn Station, Grand Central, the Staten Island Ferry and Atlantic Avenue Terminal. 

Where else do Streetsblog readers suggest buildng a station like this?

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