Bus-Bike Shelters provide secure and weather-protected bicycle storage for commuters making connections to and from local or regional transit routes. Combine a bus trip and bike ride by using the shelter to complete your trip! Your bike will be secure and sheltered from the snow and rain and you’ll no longer have to load your bike on and off the bus!
- Bring your own lock. U-locks strongly recommended.
- Do not leave a bike in a shelter for more than 30 days.
- Shelters are for the storage of operable bikes and bicycle accessories only.
Please read the complete Terms and Conditions for using the bike shelters.
Boulder County used several sources of information to determine where the best location to place the phase one bike shelters. This included RTD Ridership data, survey data, and input from, the Town of Superior, the City of Louisville, the City of Boulder, and the City of Longmont.
- Superior (Eastbound McCaslin)
- Hover Street & Highway 119/Diagonal in Longmont
- 30th Street & Iris Avenue, North Boulder
- 8th & Coffman, downtown Longmont
- US 36 & Table Mesa Station (near gate C)
- Downtown Boulder Station – Walnut and 14th Street
To sign up to use the shelters:
Your access card should arrive in the mail in 5 to 7 days.
- Using the elevated bike racks at the Walnut Street Station in Boulder
- Using the access card entry system and good locking technique
- How to load your bike onto a bus rack
To report a problem with any of the shelters, contact Boulder County Transportation Department at 303-441-3900 or via email.