Bikes On Buses and Trains for Multi-Modal Magic – Bicycle NSW

A tram in Germany has an open bike carriage (left).  Danish trains have carriages clearly marked for bikes (right) (Images courtesy of Wired and Copenhagenize)

When you join public transport and bikes together, you can go anywhere!

Having a transport system that is fully integrated enables you to switch between modes seamlessly. This means that, for instance, if you have a longish distance to commute (or holiday) and want to ride your bike at either end, you should be able to load it onto the light rail, train, ferry or bus without assistance or hassle from staff. At present, unlike the ACT, NSW buses don’t have this facility. This vimeo shows just how quick and easy racking your bike onto a bus can be.

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