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The Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) provides publicly accessible bicycle parking and works with businesses and the community to provide better long and short-term bicycle parking throughout the city.
A free bicycle rack can be installed on the sidewalk in front of your business as long as the location meets the minimum requirements.
PBOT will install one or two free bicycle racks for each development per year. Each additional rack is $150.
For more information on free bicycle racks:
PBOT is reviewing its Bicycle Parking Title 33 code requirements to ensure the provision of adequate, comfortable, accessible and secure bicycle parking for short and long stays throughout the City of Portland.
Building code standards for long-term bicycle parking requirements.
Find information about how to install bicycle racks in Portland.
A list of bicycle rack manufacturers for sourcing private bike parking racks.
Keep your bike and components safe with these essential steps
Recommendations and resources for providing bicycle parking at public events
Information about permits, design, and installation of custom bike racks
Report an abandoned bicycle in the public right-of-way (sidewalk, street sign, bike rack, etc).
Portland's on-street bicycle parking corrals offer businesses an opportunity to increase the amount of parking available to customers as well as improve the sidewalk environment. Read about this program and submit new corral location suggestions.
Find secure, covered bike storage that's available throughout the Portland metro area
Bike parking and bike lockers in the Central City and bike corrals throughout the city