Bike at Illinois has produced a video on how to lock your bicycle properly to U-loop and ladder racks. Credit: Joanna Raimo (Campus Recreation)
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Lock Your Bike Right (LYBR) (Ongoing)
Recent Project Updates
Please see attached the final presentation used for the CTAC fall 2020 meeting as well as the preliminary results from the Vision Zero study by Dr. Rahim Benekohal's group.
Enforcement for Safe Cycling
- Bicycle Registration
- Lock Your Bike Right (LYBR)
- Traffic Citations
- University Bicycle Ordinance
- Reduce Bicycle Theft on Campus
Lock Your Bike Right is a project to increase bicycle safety awareness among students. The idea for this event was developed by AdBuzz students and Sarthak Prasad (at F&S). This event is specifically focused towards students.
We ask students to lock their bikes correctly, take a picture of themselves (have a friend take your picture) locking their bicycles to the bike racks correctly, and send those pictures to us (Bike at Illinois) via Facebook/Twitter/Instagram. Only one picture per entrant. Following the event, we will send shout-outs to them via Facebook/Twitter/Instagram, and three people will be randomly selected to win prizes.
This event will be held at least once per year (up to two events).
No description has been provided yet.
Project Leader:Sarthak Prasad
- AdBuzz student team