Secure Bicycle Compound at NUI Galway
Tuesday, 1 July 2014
Pictured at the opening of and celebrating National Bike Week in their World Cup colours were (l to r) Daniel de Sovza, Maria Ramos, Natalia Nery, Floreia Mendis and Evismar de Andrade from Brazil.
The new secure bicycle compound at NUI Galway was officially launched on the 18th June. Coinciding with this year’s National Bike Week the compound is open to staff and students who want to cycle to work and leave their bike in a secure location. A University ID card is all that is required to access the facility.
With space for more than 320 bikes there are separate entrances and exits for cyclists use only with a permanent pumping station due for installation in the coming weeks.
The high security compound is one of a number of facilities aimed at encouraging staff and students to cycle to campus. Bicycle lockers are currently on trial and additional bike racks are being installed at a variety of locations around the campus.
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