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Old 10-19-19, 08:34 PM
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Sacramento airport bike parking?

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I had work travel last week and wondered. I've never looked around for bike boxes or racks.

Crossposted to Commuting and regional. I know there are forum regulars who live around here but the regional forum is pretty still. Also it seems like commuters are more likely than travelers and so there might be such a one that knows.
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I don't know about that location, but I was surprised to find bike parking at O'Hare - and even more surprised to find a bike in the bike rack. I don't know of a way to ride there that wouldn't be dangerous, and public transportation would only be a little better as far as I know.
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^^^ I wonder if someone rode their bike to the bus and then rode it 100ft to the rack when they got to work.
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I was there about a month ago but didn't notice anything in particular. Guess now I have to look!

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Originally Posted by Darth Lefty View Post
See title.

I had work travel last week and wondered. I've never looked around for bike boxes or racks.

Crossposted to Commuting and regional. I know there are forum regulars who live around here but the regional forum is pretty still. Also it seems like commuters are more likely than travelers and so there might be such a one that knows.
I have ridden out there many times. My folks are retired and like to travel. We've worked out a system where they will park in the Daily lot and I will ride out and grab the car and park it at my house. When they return I reverse the trip. Saves them some money and I get in some miles.

But I never noticed any bike racks. I'll take a good look next time I'm out there.
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I've never seen any bike racks or lockers, but I did see a bike locked up to the railing in the Terminal B Parking Garage.
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I sent the airport a request on their web page. I guess the county runs the airport. No response. Maybe I confused them. Well, thatís something anyway. There was also a phone number, I leave that as an exercise. I like to think that bugging entities about cycling infrastructure is always a good idea.

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Originally Posted by Joe Bikerider View Post
I sent the airport a request on their web page. I guess the county runs the airport. No response. Maybe I confused them. Well, thatís something anyway. There was also a phone number, I leave that as an exercise. I like to think that bugging entities about cycling infrastructure is always a good idea.
Maybe SABA knows.
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