Bicycles are a major mode of access to the Caltrain system, providing an efficient and sustainable way for riders to arrive at their origin station or final destination. On a typical weekday, more than 10% of Caltrain’s customers ride a bike to a station. With bike share’s growing popularity and the ongoing implementation of improved bike parking and access, riders can choose a variety of ways to bike and use Caltrain.

Caltrain is offering 100+ FREE eLocker hours when you link your BikeLink and Clipper accounts. Learn more about our eLockers

Project 529 Partnership: Caltrain and the San Mateo County Sheriff's Office Transit Police have partnered with Project 529 to help register bikes and prevent loss. Learn more

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Caltrain Launches Pilot Program to Speed Boarding Process
Starting Monday, April 16, Caltrain will launch a five week pilot program that is designed to...
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Six Car Trains Seen As Temporary Relief, Not Cure, To Crowded Caltrain System

by Will Reisman, @reismanw

Caltrain Receives Planning Grant for Bike Parking Management Plan

By Will Reisman, @WillReisman

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Weekly Roundup: Union St. Festival, Sunset Celebration Weekend and Bie Share Expansion

By Will Reisman, @WillReisman

Bikes on Caltrain: Leading the Nation in Bringing Bikes Onboard

By Tasha Bartholomew, @tashbart

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