SJSU Bicycle Enclosures

SJSU Bicycle Enclosures

 

SJSU Bicycle Enclosures Park your bike free in any of the six Bicycle Enclosures located throughout the campus. An access key is required to use the enclosures.

Although the Bicycle Enclosures at SJSU provide an additional layer of security, bicycles must be properly secured inside the enclosures.

The Bicycle Enclosures and the open racks throughout campus provide short-term bicycle parking for daily commuters and are not intended to provide overnight or long-term storage.

Bike Enclosure map

Campus Transit Stops map - includes the locations of the Bicycle Enclosures

Bike Racks To sign up for an access key, stop by the Transportation Solutions center inside Student Union building. SJSU Tower Card ID is required. There is a $10.00 refundable deposit for the key.

Upon returning the Bike Enclosure Access Key to TS undamaged and in good condition, the deposit will be refunded to the user by mail.

Only currently enrolled or employed SJSU students and faculty/staff may sign up for Bicycle Enclosure keys and have access to enclosures. TS will deactivate keys issued to users who are no longer enrolled or employed at SJSU.

 

Guidelines for Enclosure usage

 
Enclosure Usage • Hold access key near sensor to open Enclosure door.
• Lock your bicycle's frame and wheel to the bike rack with your own lock. (U-locks strongly recommended)
• Overnight parking is not recommended.
 

Rules of Conduct

 
• Do not transfer the Enclosure Key to another person. Passing on your key to someone else will nolify your rental agreement. The Associated Students (AS) will not return deposit for a transferred key.
• Do not allow a non-key holder to enter the Enclosure.
• Do not prop the Enclosure door open.
• Do not place propaganda on lockers, walls/fences, racks or other AS or SJSU property
• Do not lock bikes to the fence, trees, light poles, etc.
• Do not repair bikes in the Enclosure.
• Do not leave bikes unattended for an extended period of time.
• Report any suspicious activity to the University Police (408) 924-2222.
 

Abandoned bicycles

 

Any bicycle left unattended in the enclosure continuously for more than 3 days will be considered abandoned. After a 48-hour notice has posted on the abandoned bicycle, Transportation Solutions will remove the bicycle. All abandoned bikes will be donated to a charity organization.

 

Optional accessory locker

 
Transportation Solutions provides long-term rental of the accessory lockers located inside every bicycle enclosure for a nonrefundable base fee of $30.00 per semester and a one time refundable key deposit of $20.00. To sign up, stop by the Transportation Solutions Center. You must be a valid bicycle enclosure key holder in order to rent the lockers.
 

Enclosure key replacement policy

 
If your Enclosure Key is lost, stolen or damaged, your deposit will not be refunded. You may obtain a replacement key with a deposit as shown in the following table.

Replacement deposit

First time

Second time

Third time

With a police report $10 $50 no replacement
Without a police report $25


If a replacement key is issued and then the original is found, the user may return the original key and receive a refund of the deposit for the original key. If the user returns the replacement key to TS, the deposit would also be refunded to the user by mail.

If your key is defective or disabled, you may be able to obtain a replacement key at no cost.
 

Damages and Liability limits

 
Enclosure users will be financially responsible for damages to the enclosure, access key and accessory lockers caused by misuse beyond normal wear and tear.

AS is not responsible for fire, theft, loss, or damage to the bicycle or any other item left in the Enclosure or Accessory Locker. Enclosure users are responsible for ensuring the bicycle is properly locked and they use the Enclosure at their own risk.