Connect with your council – Bike Parking in Auckland
We are keen to help you get better Bike Parking in Auckland and connect with all the biking goodness going on in the city of sails. You can use this page to find out about Bike Parking in Auckland, request bike parking or connect with some of the local groups and resources in the Auckland bike scene.
Bike parking policy
Event bike parking
To arrange event bike parking contact Auckland Transport through their website or call centre. Please contact them at least 4 weeks before your event.
Requesting Bike Parking
Requesting Bike Parking – The Process
This is what AT would like you to know about requesting Bike Parking in Auckland:
“If you are an individual, a business or business association that has identified a public location that may be suitable for bicycle parking, please put in a request to Auckland Transport through our website, with information on the exact location (e.g. street number and name, suburb; type of bicycle parking (e.g. stands, shelter) and number of stands requested.
Requests will be directed to the Walking & Cycling team. They will work with you to identify where best to install bicycle parking, and what type it needs to be. AT has a small budget available to responding to these requests for installing bicycle parking. Our focus is to install bicycle parking stands at town centres, public transport facilities and community facilities within the AT road reserve. When reviewing in situ the requests, we consider the following factors like space constraints, conflicts with underground utility services, user demand, pedestrian clearway and clearances from other street furniture and fixed objects to identify where to install bicycle parking. While we try to conduct in situ surveys as promptly as possible, the process can sometimes take several months. Many factors influence if and when a bicycle stand can be installed, so the date and time of installation cannot be guaranteed.
Request by phone
You probably won’t get it straight away, but the request data will help justify a budget for bike parking, and then requests can be prioritised and actioned.
The maps below give you an idea of the locations already being requested. Make your request and we will add it to the map (note it is not updated real-time).
Use the forward and back arrows to scroll through the maps for different parts of Auckland.
Click on each map to see a larger verision.
Meet your Local Bikes Welcome Champion:
Bikes Welcome Auckland Local ChampionHi, my name is Matt Cole and am based in Auckland. The excellent work of the local bike groups, local bike shops and the local authority (AT) is transforming our city for cycling. A Bike Friendly Business initiative under the Bikes Welcome banner compliments these efforts very well, the only missing components have been the information needed to launch the Auckland page and local support, both now in place. It will be great to see more residences and businesses across Auckland being a successful part of the future of cycling in the area. Given the many benefits to health, finance, happiness and so on, making progress on better cycling support is a great idea. As with all great ideas, it does need a helping hand to take flight. If you would like to make contact for help in the Auckland area, please let me know via Bikes Welcome or directly at email@example.com.
Matt has particular experience in Residential Bike Parking having led the charge to implement residential bike parking in Auckland’s SugarTree lane development. He is also leading in the area of pedestrian and cycle improvements to the wider Victoria Quarter Area of Auckland, see www.facebook.com/groups/VictoriaQuarter .
Auckland is a big place and we welcome more Aucklanders to become Bikes Welcome Local Champions.
Bike Auckland is the non-profit organisation working for people on bikes in Auckland.
Their website is the must-go place for information about Auckland’s progress as a bike-friendly city, including regular updates and news stories about the everyday bike life, info about maps and rides, a calendar of events, and tips about how you can speak up for safer streets and better cycling in your part of town.
Find out more here about getting involved by signing up to get the latest info straight to your inbox, helping out as a volunteer, or becoming a member (which comes with awesome benefits like discounts at bike shops).
You can also connect with Bike Auckland on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
And, on the local level, Auckland has an active network of community bike groups aimed at neighbourhood needs, fun activities, and local action. Check out Bike Auckland’s Bike Burbs page to find – or start – a Bike Burb near you.
Businesses: Links to local businesses supporting everyday cycling by stocking the right gear
Clubs & Groups: Ways to connect with other people who bike.