Bike racks are available on all buses on every route.
Limited bike racks are available at the downtown terminal for parking bikes during regular operating hours only. Overnight parking of bicycles at the downtown terminal is prohibited. These bike racks are for use at your own risk and St Catharines Transit Commission is not liable or responsible for any damaged bicycles, stolen bicycles or other property while using the downtown terminal bike racks.
This rack will expand bicycle access on our buses and provide an alternate mode choice for trips within the Urban Transit Area. It also has the potential to encourage more public transit use.
The bicycle rack can carry most two wheeled bicycles, provided they have a minimum of 16” wheels. The customer should remove loose items such as (water bottles, pump, saddlebags, child carriers etc.) prior to the arrival of the bus.
It is the customer’s responsibility to load and unload the bike on the bike rack. It is the customer’s responsibility to ensure that their bicycle is secured properly before the bus leaves the stop. The Commission and its operators will not assume any liability for any damage caused by or to a bicycle, however caused. Any lost or stolen bicycles or their contents are not the responsibility of the Commission. The owner of the bicycle is responsible for any lost or stolen bicycle or its contents.
Passengers under 12 years of age cannot use the bike rack without adult supervision. Locks or chains are not to be used to attach a bike to the bike rack.
For a complete description on how to put a bike in a bike rack, watch this video: