As part of the University’s sustainability programme, and to reduce reliance on private motor vehicle use to and from campuses, we encourage cycling to and from the University.
There are a number of open "toast rack" style bike racks for casual use located across the Dunedin campus and these can be found outside most University buildings. In addition to these, secure covered bike racks are provided at a number of locations across the Dunedin campus. These are free of charge to use and allocated via the waiting list.
Property Services recommends cyclists lock their bikes when using all forms of bike storage on campus.
How to apply
Staff, students and departments can apply for a secure bike rack place via the Parking application form and return it to the Parking Administrator by email or internal mail.
Terms and conditions
For further information on Dunedin City cycle lanes, cycle routes, cycling events and groups, tips on cycle safety and the Get Noticed campaign, please view the Dunedin City Council cycling webpage.
The University’s Injury and Prevention Research Unit have compiled data from road traffic accidents involving cyclists and car doors to create an online map of accident black spots. For more information and to view the map please visit the Cyclist Dooring Map.