Biking to LSU
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All bicycles brought to campus must be registered with the Baton Rouge Police.
Tips - Bicycling on LSU Campus
- Obey all traffic laws, for example: Don't ride on the sidewalk, ride with traffic (not against it), yield to pedestrians, stop at all stop signs and red lights, use front and rear lights in dark, signal when turning, & alert other cyclists, walkers and joggers when passing.
- Don't ride with loud music in ears.
- Encourage your friends to ride - Biking is always safer and more fun when in a group!
- Biking in the Heat - Bring change of dry clothes, arrive a few mins early to change and cool down.
- Biking in the Cold - Cover your hands, ears & neck, wear lip balm, and layer clothes as your body will warm up after riding a few minutes.
- Parking / Locking your Bike
- There are dozens of racks located near the entrances to most buildings on the LSU campus. Please do not lock up to trees, fences, signposts, or railings.
- Use a thick chain, cable, or U-lock to prevent theft.
- Take personal belongings and removable things like bags and bike lights with you.
- Bikes on Tiger Trails Buses - Tiger Trails has bike racks on the front of all buses. Here's how to load and unload your bike from any bus.
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2019 TRANSPORTATION SURVEY RESULTS
In February 2019, Parking & Transportation Services conducted two town hall meetings and a month-long survey to begin a conversation between with the campus community.