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What are bike lockers? 

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.

Bike racks are also available at various park & rides. Learn more about each option below.

Bike locker changes

We no longer offer monthly bike locker rentals. We have upgraded and added more bike lockers so that you can use them whenever you need them. We're using the same kind of bike lockers that other transit agencies in the region use to make it easier for customers traveling regionally. Our on-demand lockers use the same BikeLink payment cards and app. 

You can see a list of available on-demand bike lockers below. We are also working on adding more on-demand bike lockers by the end of 2023. When that happens, you will also be able find them at Lynnwood Transit Center and McCollum Park Park & Ride

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On-demand bike locker rentals

All of our bike lockers have been converted to on-demand rentals. These lockers can be rented by the hour, anytime, with no long-term commitments.

Paying for your locker rental

You can pay for your bike locker rental with a BikeLink card or on the BikeLink app. 

  • Get a BikeLink card
    Visit bikelink.org to get a BikeLink card to pay as you go at only 5 cents per hour. Cards require a minimum purchase of $20. You can also get a pre-loaded $20 BikeLink card from the RideStore. The card gives you access (first come, first served) to any locker in the BikeLink system. The 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.
  • Pay using the BikeLink App
    No time to get a card? Download the BikeLink app and load funds immediately to start renting. When using the app, you can add a minimum of $5 to start. All of Community Transit's bike lockers can be paid using the app, but some BikeLink lockers outside of our area may not accept payment via the app. Search online to find lockers that accept payment using the app. 

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How to use on-demand bike lockers

  • Get a key card or pay via the app.
    Buy a BikeLink card with $20 of stored value through the BikeLink website or by calling 1-888-540-0546. Or you can download the BikeLink app for Apple or Android and pay in $5 increments. 
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.