Bikestation seeks to improve the quality of life in urban communities through the development and operation of bike-transit centers and related infrastructure.
We envision communities where bicycling is an integral part of the transportation system resulting in cleaner air, safer streets and healthier living.
We value innovative, creative, and efficient solutions to addressing the transportation inequities in our communities.
Modeled after European and Japanese examples, Bikestation Long Beach was the first facility of its kind to open in the U.S. in March of 1996. Bikestation Palo Alto and Bikestation Berkeley opened in 1999, Bikestation Seattle in May 2003 and Bikestation Santa Barbara in 2007. Located on the same LA Metro line, Bikestation Claremont and Bikestation Covina opened in February 2010, creating the first end-to-end systemic transit line in the US. Bikestation Hillsboro, the first Bikestation in Oregon, recently celebrated its Grand Opening in October 2010.
Organizations interested in developing a bike-transit center or learning about how you can be affiliated with the Bikestation network, please have a look at our resources or contact us with your specific questions.
Bikestation / Mobis Transportation Alternatives Inc.
110 W. Ocean Boulevard, Suite 19
Long Beach, CA 90802