Bike Parking


Caltrain currently offers a variety of bike parking options from full-service bike valet to e-lockers and bike racks. Learn what’s available at the different stations and what Caltrain is doing to improve bike parking and access.

Current Facilities


Bicycle eLockers

On-demand, eLockers are a secure place to leave your bike. More than 300 eLocker spaces are available at 22 Caltrain stations, with more installations coming soon. Caltrain-owned eLockers are normally 5 cents per hour and 2 cents per hour on nights and weekends. 

How to Use eLockers

Download the BikeLink App and follow the instructions. 

Watch this video to see how to use the app with the eLockers.

Another option to access eLockers is the BikeLink app, which is now available from Google and Apple.

For other options on how to use the eLockers, visit  

The Caltrain San Francisco Station bike valet offers free valet bike parking. For more information on hours, overnight rates and special services such as bike repair, visit Bike Hub.

Self-park in a controlled-access, secure bike parking room. Rates vary as service is offered by different vendors or cities. See which stations have shared parking rooms available.


Secure bike parking rooms that are self-service with controlled user access are available at Mountain View Station (through the City of Mountain View and Palo Alto Station (through Bike Hub). Rates vary per room as service is offered by different vendors/cities. 

Bicycle racks are located at all stations, except College Park and San Martin. For tips on how to lock a bike to minimize theft, visit the bike safety and security page. Do not lock your bike to railings, furniture, trees, poles or other fixed objects because it could impede access for others.