Open Air Bicycle Racks
Open-air bicycle stands are located at many places around the St Lucia campus. Please refer to the cycling map for locations.
It is important to remember that bicycles may never be chained to pathway railings, because this creates a hazard for sight-impaired people, and for people with mobility difficulties who might need the support provided by a railing. Also, many ramps and pathways close to buildings are designated emergency exits, and as such must be kept clear at all times.
Bicycles may not be left in the corridors of buildings, and may not be kept in offices or laboratories. Bicycles left in the above noted places may be removed by Security Section, and placed in storage until claimed by the owner, who may be required to provide proof of ownership. Second offences may result in the issue of an infringement notice for failing to observe an instruction given by an authorised officer of the University.
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