Parking and Transportation Services is committed to promoting sustainable transportation options for the campus community. The department works within the guidelines of the Campus Sustainability Task Force and the South Coast Air Quality Management District (AQMD) to mitigate air pollution and traffic congestion by offering programs and services that support human-powered, transportation such as walking, skateboarding and bicycling.
Long Beach Bike Share
LB Bike Share is a community bikesharing service designed to promote a healthy lifestyle, improve air quality, and reduce traffic and congestion within the City of Long Beach. These "blue bikes" are located at strategic locations around CSULB and at logical, student-dense areas located off-campus.
Cycling to campus provides individuals with the opportunity to park directly in front of their destinations, avoid traffic, the stress of parking, and the cost of a parking permit. Individuals can also enjoy the freedom to take short, unplanned trips to/from campus without having to own or store a bicycle.
CSULB students, faculty and staff can enjoy a special discounted rate. Additional information is available at longbeachbikeshare.com.
Traffic Skills 101
Learn the skills necessary to be a confident bike commuter on campus and how to navigate the nearby streets of CSULB. This course will be taught by a League-Certified Instructor and is a nationally recognized, on-road safety and training program. You will learn about your personal bike, how to stay safe in heavy traffic, roadway ins and outs, and you will connect with other cycle enthusiasts.
Our next class will be Sat., Feb. 3, 2018, 10 a.m.-1 p.m. classroom/2 p.m.-5 p.m. on-road training. Sign up today and join the fun, remember, it's FREE!
Campus Bike Lanes and Racks
Bicycles must be parked at one of the bicycle racks located throughout campus. View the campus bike map for the locations of bike lanes and racks on campus.
CSULB Cyclist Discount
Present your CSULB ID card at JAX Bicycle Center on Bellflower Blvd. and Spring St. to receive a 10% discount on all regularly priced bikes, accessories, and service.
Bicycle Theft Prevention and Recovery
We recommend the use of a U-Lock device rather than a chain or cable to protect your bike. Registering your bike also provides helpful information to law enforcement in the event your bike is stolen and increases the likelihood that your bike will be recovered. To obtain a bicycle license, contact University Police at 562.985.4101. The service is free. Please bring proof of purchase, if available.