Edmonton Zoning Bylaw 12800

54.3      Bicycle Parking Facilities

  1. Number of Bicycle Spaces

  1. In addition to the required vehicular parking, Bicycle Parking shall be provided in accordance with Schedule 2.

  2. Size and Location of Bicycle Parking Facilities

  1. Each Bicycle Parking space shall be a minimum of 0.6 m in width with a minimum clear length of 1.8 m. Bicycle Parking spaces shall have a vertical clearance of at least 2.0 m.

  2. Required Bicycle Parking spaces shall be wholly provided on the same Site as the building.

  3. Adequate access to and exit from individual Bicycle Parking spaces shall be provided with an aisle of not less than 1.5 m in width, to be provided and maintained beside or between each row of Bicycle Parking.

Bylaw 16312

January 21, 2013

  1. Required Bicycle Parking spaces and accesses shall be located on Hardsurfaced areas.

  2. Bicycle parking shall be separated from vehicular parking by a physical barrier or a minimum 1.5 m of open space.

  3. Bicycle Parking spaces shall be visibly located where possible and provided in one or more of the following ways:

  1. secure bicycle storage rooms, lockers, racks, railings or other such device inside the building, preferably at the ground level;

  2. secure bicycle storage rooms, lockers, racks, railings or other such device in any Accessory parking area; or

Bylaw 15735

June 20, 2011

  1. within any Yard of a Site but not more than 15.0 m from a principal entrance of the building, except: in the case of educational services developments where the students are restricted from using the principal entrance of the building, Bicycle Parking spaces may be provided in any Yard of a Site, no more than 15.0 m from the principal entrance of the building designated for student use

  1. Where Bicycle Parking is not visibly located on site, directional signage shall be displayed indicating its location.

  2. All Bicycle Parking spaces shall be situated to maximize visibility so as to discourage theft and vandalism, and shall be illuminated.

  1. Design of Bicycle Parking Facilities

  1. Bicycle Parking shall be designed so that bicycles may be securely locked to the rack, railing or other such device without undue inconvenience and shall be reasonably safeguarded from intentional or accidental damage, in accordance with the following standards:

  1. Bicycle Parking shall hold the bicycle securely by means of the frame. The frame shall be supported so that the bicycle cannot fall or be pushed over causing damage to the bicycle.

  2. Bicycle parking shall accommodate:

  1. locking both the frame and the wheels to the rack, railing or other such device with a high security U-shaped shackle lock, if the cyclist removes the front wheel;

  2. locking the frame and one wheel to the rack, railing or other such device with a high security U-shaped shackle lock, if the cyclist leaves both wheels on the bicycle; and

  3. locking the frame and wheels both to the rack, railing or other such device with a chain or cable not longer than 2.0 m without the removal of any wheels.

  1. Bicycle parking racks, railings or other such devices shall be anchored securely to a hardsurface or fixed structure.