Past & Current Bikestation Projects
Projects Developed and Managed by Bikestation
Bikestation Long Beach (1998, 2005, and new construction underway at present)
Bikestation Palo Alto (1998 and 2007)
Bikestation Santa Barbara (2007)
Bikestation Washington DC (2009)
Bikestation Covina (2010)
Projects Developed with Bikestation Consulting Assistance
Berkeley CA: BART Project (1999)
Seattle WA: The Bike Port (2003)
Embarcadaro CA: BART Project (2004)
Chicago IL (Millennium Park): McDonald Cycle Center (2004)
Denver CO: The Cherry Creek Bike Rack (2004)
Fruitvale CA: BART Project (2004)
Tempe AZ: The Bike Cellar (2009)
Dayton OH (RiverScape MetroPark): Bike Hub (2010)
Salt Lake City UT: Salt Lake City Bicycle Collective (2010)
Selected Consulting Projects
The following is a list of projects that Bikestation / Mobis Transportation Alternatives, Inc has implemented or is in the process of implementing:
Louisville Intermodal Transit Center (Louisville, KY)
March 2010 to June 2010
Client/Reference: Louisville Metro Government/JRA Architects
This groundbreaking intermodal hub is exploring the integration of transit, electric vehicles, bicycle parking and sharing, and other community services. The Bikestation scope includes site analysis and selection, facility equipment, needs assessment, business planning, design development, and technology and administrative systems.
Marine Gateway (Vancouver, BC)
February 2010 to April 2010
Client/Reference: PCI Developments
A new light rail stop provides the backdrop and opportunity for a Bikestation facility within a major new transit-oriented development. The Bikestation scope includes site analysis and selection, facility equipment, needs assessment, business planning, design development, and technology and administrative systems.
Dayton Bike Hub Project (Dayton, OH)
August 2009 to October 2009
Client/Reference: Five Rivers Metroparks
This was a quick analysis of the plans for a bike hub in Dayton for use by residents, visitors, and downtown employees. Bikestation provided recommendations on programming, financial and operational planning and facility needs.
Six and Lenora Development (Seattle, WA)
August 2009 to September 2009
Client/Reference: Pine Street Group LLC
To aggregate contacts and materials needed to successfully apply for capital and operating funding opportunities for a bike transit center as part of a downtown Seattle development.
Salt Lake City Intermodal Transportation Hub
September 2008-April 2009
Client/Reference: Utah Transit Authority
Contracted to develop a Bicycle Transit Center Plan, including public engagement, needs assessment, design, recommended operating scenarios and costs estimation for the proposed facility.
Guangzhou, China Bike-Transit Centers
Client/Reference: ITDP, New York, NY
Presented bike-transit center and bike-sharing concepts for new BRT line to university faculty and government agencies including Metro and the planning department. Provided initial input on possible designs, locations, services and operation. Guangzhou is the first BRT system in China to include bike parking in its station design and recently won the 2011 Sustainable Transport Award. 5,500 bike parking spaces at stations are planned.
Mexico City Bike-Transit Center Locations
August 2007 and October 2008
Client/Reference: ITDP, New York, NY
Presented bike-transit center concepts, in Spanish, to government agencies including the Mayor’s office, Department of Environment, Sitema de Transporte de Mexico City, Redevelopment Agency, Director of Planning, and Secretary of Transportation. Provided initial input on possible locations, services and operation.
Santa Monica Parking Structure 2
August 2008 to July 2009
Client/Reference: KPFF Consulting Engineers
Provided conceptual rendering for a funded bike-transit center in City of Santa Monica parking structure 2, including 3 scenarios as well as operational planning, such as budgeting, vendor consideration and a review of systems involved in the economic and operational sustainability of the facility.
Washington DC Department of Transportation Union Station Redevelopment Project
January 2005 to June 2008
Client/Reference: Parsons, District Department of Transportation
Sub-consultant to Parsons for bicycle component of project. Provided siting of a bike-transit facility, assistance with recommendations on traffic flow, design of facility, operations plan, public input and response to contractors on design and construction of facilities.