Bike Lockers
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Bike Lockers

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Bike locker options

Bike lockers through Community Transit are a secure, weatherproof way to store your bike at a park & ride while you complete your trip on a bus, carpool, or vanpool. Bike locker rental is available to the public on a first-come, first-served basis. Bike lockers are available at park & rides and transit centers across our service area.

There are two types of bike lockers that you can rent through Community Transit:

  • Monthly bike lockers
  • On-demand bike locker (only available at Ash Way Park & Ride)

Learn more about each option below.

Monthly bike locker rentals

Monthly bike locker rental is available to the public on a first-come, first-served basis at a rental rate of $60 per year plus a conditionally refundable deposit of $50. Check bike locker locations, availability, and our current rental rates by contacting Community Transit's Bike Locker Coordinator. 

Bike Locker Coordinator
(425) 353-7433
bikelockers@commtrans.org

Locker Locations

Community Transit bike locker locations
Bike lockers at other Snohomish County locations (operated by other agencies)

Bike racks at park & rides

Park & ride locations with bike racks

Bike lockers that are not managed by Community Transit are also available at all Sound Transit stations in Snohomish County and at some Everett Transit Stations.

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On-demand bike locker rentals

On-demand bike lockers can be rented by the hour at our Ash Way Park & Ride anytime with no long-term commitment. Just visit bikelink.org to get a BikeLink card to pay as you go at only 5 cents per hour! The card gives you access (first-come, first-served) to any locker in the BikeLink system. BikeLink card gives users full flexibility to use any US location in the BikeLink system, including King County Metro locations and a growing number of Sound Transit locations.

Find an on-demand locker

How to use on-demand bike lockers in four easy steps

  1. Get a key card
    Buy a BikeLink card with $20 of stored value through the BikeLink website or by calling 1-888-540-0546.
  2. Park your bike
    Bike to a transit location with BikeLink lockers. Insert your card into a reader and follow the instructions on the screen to open an available locker and park your bike. Tip: Wheel your bike backward because the locker is wider at the front for your handlebars.
  3. Pay automatically
    Set the amount of parking time you need, plus a little extra. Five cents per hour will be deducted automatically from your BikeLink card only for the amount of time you actually use. If your bike stays longer than the time set, the fee will be 12 cents per hour for the excess time.
  4. Hop on transit and go!
    You can rent a BikeLink locker for up to 10 consecutive days at a time. If you leave your bike longer than 14 days, the bike is considered abandoned and will be removed. Add money to your BikeLink stored-value card through the BikeLink website.
Bike lockers

How to use on-demand BikeLink lockers