All Sound Transit facilities have bicycle parking. Parking types vary by location and include bike racks, lockers and/or cages.
Leased bicycle lockers and cages:
COVID-19 update: We are temporarily unable to lease new bike lockers, accept new applications or accept deposits. However, for current locker renters, we have resumed accepting annual fee payments and key returns.
If you currently rent a keyed locker or cage, you may continue to use it as usual. On-demand BikeLink lockers are also still accessible. We’re sorry for this temporary inconvenience, and we appreciate your patience. We’ll resume normal operations as soon as possible. Please check back to this web page for updates. Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
On-demand bike lockers: Our new BikeLink on-demand lockers offer a secure way to park your bike with no long-term commitment or monthly fees. Purchase a BikeLink card (https://www.bikelink.org/) to pay as you go for just 5 cents an hour, and any time you don’t use will be refunded to your BikeLink keycard. These on-demand lockers are available on a first-come, first-served basis. They’re accessible 24 hours a day, and you can rent a locker for up to 10 days. If your meter expires, extra time costs 12 cents per hour. Sound Transit considers bikes left in BikeLink lockers longer than 12 days as abandoned, and they will be impounded.
BikeLink on-demand bicycle lockers are available at Rainier Beach, SODO and University of Washington stations, and are planned for Mercer Island and Edmonds Stations in 2020. Answers to common questions about using BikeLink can be found in our BikeLink FAQ's. To stay informed about future installations, sign up for alerts at the bottom of this page, and select "Bicycle Updates". To view locations of BikeLink on-demand lockers, check out the BikeLink map.
Bike racks: Bike racks are free to use. When using bike racks, please lock your bicycle securely, including at least one wheel and the frame. U-locks are more secure than cable locks. Remove anything that thieves could easily take. Bicycle racks are outdoors and are first come, first served. Some may offer a degree of weather protection, while others are uncovered. Bike locks left on racks will be removed.
No bicycle storage is 100 percent secure . Consider registering your bicycle on Bike Index https://bikeindex.org/, an online database that helps in the recovery of stolen bicycles.