Bicycle Registration Program FREE BICYCLE REGISTRATION IS AVAIL- Ring Rd. ABLE THROUGH PARKING AND TRANS- PORTATION SERVICES. CALL 626-PARK Campus Bike Routes Radiology Medical Elm St. FOR MORE INFORMATION OR North Research Lab (AHSC) Garage (UMC) REGISTER ON-LINE AT: UPI WWW. PARKING.ARIZONA.EDU OR 2011-2012 UMC VISIT THE BIKE STATION ON TUES. , WEDS. & THURS 9 AM - 2 PM Leon Levy, Registering your bicycle may help prevent bicycle theft Cancer Center and may help recover your bicycle in the event it is Arizona Health (AHSC) stolen or lost. Sciences Center Comstock International House East College of Garage Medicine (UMC ) E. Drachman St. E. Drachman St. LEGEND: Highland Ave. Vine Ave. Carleone Center College of Pharmacy College of Nursing Restricted Area E. Mabel St. Mountain Ave. E. Mabel St. Fremont Ave. Martin Ave. Cherry Ave. Visual Medical Research Bike Path/Route Park Ave. Campbell Ave. Arts Lab Highland Garage BSL Roy P. Thomas W. Keating Drachman Hall E. Helen St. Bio Research E. Helen St. CAUTION Congested Area; BSL McClelland yield to pedestrians Hall Bike/Pedestrian Underpass Swede Bike/Pedestrian Underpass Park Ave. A.M.E. Poetry Center Bike/Pedestrian Underpass Garage Law College Building Johnson Babcock All campus streets are Building bicycle accessible. E. Speedway Blvd. E. Speedway Blvd. FREE bicycle Computer Center parking areas. Mountain Ave. ECE (CCIT) Architecture BIKE ONE WAY BIKE ONE WAY PAID secured bicycle E. First St. Fine Arts Center Harvill LSB parking areas. ($) Martin Ave. Warren Ave. Cherry Ave. U.A.P.D. Highland Vine Ave. Olive Rd. Civil Engineering Manzanita/Mohave Hall PAID bicycle locker Palm Dr. E. First St. Slonaker House Main Coconino Hall Speech & Hearing SALT Center parking. ($) Gate BEGIN BIKE ONE WAY E. Second St. Garage Gila Hall Maricopa Yuma Hall Hall Geo/Mines Second St. Education Car Sharing Programs Bikes Yield to Pedestrians Garage Tennis BSL CAUTION Courts ONE WAY BSL Modern Dance E. Second St. James E. Rogers Way ONE WAY Languages Theatre Hawthorne University Bike Sharing Location Psychology Services Building Marshall CESL Student Union Administration Flandrau BSL Marriott Building Chavez Planetarium Kuiper Space Science Park Ave. Hotel Ina Gittings Arizona State Old Building Museum Main ILC Bik es Campus Bicycle Station E. University Blvd. CAUTION Meinel BV BSL (Optical Sciences) Bike to Work Program Cherry Ave. Bikes Yield to Pedestrians Bear Down Kofler Gym Haury Centennial Hall Social Forbes Nugent Chemistry Shower Facilities Euclid Ave. Sciences Main Tyndall Ave. Chemical Sciences BSL Library South Campus Dr. Science & Engineering Library Tyndall Ave. Cochise South Hall Yavapai Hall Shantz Bio. Sciences E. Fourth St. McKale BV Bike Valet Station Kaibab/Huachuca East Cherry Ave. Center Garage Halls CAUTION CAUTION Graham Hopi BSL Garage E. Fourth St. Greenlee Pueblo Gould McClelland Simpson Cienega La Aldea Park Physics & Atmospheric La Enke Dr. La Aldea Sciences (PAS) Highland Paz Posada Hall Park Student Life Sciences South/ District Center Bio Sciences West San Pedro Math Arizona Football Frank Practice Coronado Hall Sonora Lowell Stadium Campbell Ave. Arizona Hall Disability Villa Del Sancet Field Hall Puenta Resource Apache / Santa Field BSL Campus Center Cruz Halls Árbol de la Vida Hall Sixth St. Garage Health El Portal PTS Res. Life Pinal Navajo Likins Hall E. Sixth St. Student Recreation Center Santa Rita Ave. BSL Highland Ave. Fremont Ave. Mountain Ave. POOL Park Ave. E. Seventh St. E. Seventh St. Martin Ave. Warren Ave. Cherry Ave. Vine Ave. E. Eighth St. E. Eighth St. Sidewalks are for pedestrians, not bicyclists. If you must use a sidewalk, please walk your bicycle. 1117 E Sixth St, Tucson, AZ 85721 (520) 626-PARK (7275) PTS-ParkingInformation@email.arizona.edu www.parking.arizona.edu Alternate Modes Office and PAG for contribution of brochure copy. Special thanks to City of Tucson, Department of Transportation - free eight Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. 2 Bicycle Station: League of Amricain Bicyclist in April 2006. •The Tucson-Pima Eastern Region earned a Gold Bicycle Friendly Community rating from the •Outside Magazine names Tucson the best city for Road Biking. 5 •City of Tucson, Rated “Second Best Mid-sized City for Cycling” – Bicycling Magazine 2006 League of American Bicyclist in March, 2011 • The University of Arizona earned a silver bicycle friendly university designation from the Bicycle and Non-Motorized Transportation Arizona Bicycle Laws CAMPUS BICYCLE PROGRAMS: 2011-2012 CAMPUS BIKE MAP ARS 28-812. Bicyclists have all the rights and responsibilities that Rules and Regulations Summary motorists have and are expected to obey the same For more information on any of our programs, visit: traffic laws. The Rules and Regulations that govern operating, parking and the traffic www.parking.arizona.edu or call 626-7275. of bicycle and non-motorized vehicles at The Unversity of Arizona ARS 28-813. Every person on a bicycle must have a regular seat to Routes, Parking, Information Guide, Bicycle Registration Program – Registration is FREE are summarized in this brochure and are contained in their entirety sit on. Rules & Regulations Summary. and is available to UA students, faculty, staff, visitors. in the Bicycle (and non-motorized Transportation) Parking and Traffic ARS 28-814. Bicyclists must not hold on to, or attach their bicycles to Bicycle Station – Students and employees can receive Regulations. A complete copy may be found at our website. another vehicle. “FREE” bicycle related services from our campus bicycle http://parking.arizona.edu ARS 28-815. A) Bicycles, the same as slow moving vehicles, must be as station tent located in front (north side) of the Science far to the right of the road as is practicable and safe. Library. Free services include: Bicycle Registration, bicycle A. Operation of Vehicles Bicycles may move away from the right side of the road to maps/brochures/flyers and minor bicycle assistance/ 1. Bicycles pass other vehicles, to avoid parked cars, debris, and other adjustments (restrictions apply).Hours 9 am - 2 pm on Bicycles shall be operated only on streets, roadways, bike paths, obstacles, to make left hand turns, and to allow only safe Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday (excluding University routes and areas designated for bicycle riding. NO RIDING ON over taking by other vehicles (when a lane is too narrow Holidays). SIDEWALKS. to safely share with another vehicle). Bike Share Program – Students and employees who (B) Bicyclists may ride no more than two side-by-side, B. Parking Regulations would like to utilize a loaner bicycle can check one out except in locations exclusively for bicycle use. FREE of charge (conditions apply) from one of eight bike 1. Knowledge of the Rules ARS 28-816. Bicyclists must always have at least one hand on the stations on campus. It is the responsibility of all individuals walking or operating a non- handlebars. Employee Bike to Work Program – UA Faculty motorized device or bicycle on campus to read and fully understand ARS 28-817. (A) Any bicycle used at night must have at least a white and Staff who bicycle to work are eligible to use locker these regulations. Lack of knowledge of these regulations will not be accepted as grounds for dismissal of citations. headlight visible up to 500 feet away, and a red reflector and shower facilities (free of charge) at the Campus For assistance with bicycle citations/impoundment, visible up to 300 feet away. Recreation Center and Bear Down Gym between the M,T,W,F 8:00 A.M - 4:00 P.M. and Thursday 9:00 A.M - 4:00 P.M, (B) Bicycles may not be equipped with sirens or whistles. hours of 6 am-10am, M-F (Excluding University Holidays). call 626-PARK, after 4:00pm call 621-1108. (C) Every bicycle must have at least one brake in good For more information call 626-3396 or visit working order. http://campusrec.arizona.edu 2. Parking Areas ARS 28-756. Bicycles may signal right turns with their right arm and Bicycle Citation Diversion Program – If you receive Bicycle parking is available throughout campus and is designated hand to the right. a civil traffic bicycle citation written within Pima County by the presence of bicycle racks, lockers, blocks, and/or specifically designated parking areas. Bicycles must be parked only within the Tucson Bicycle Laws by a Police Officer you may be eligible to take a bicycle boundaries of designated parking areas and/or properly attached to a safety class and may have your ticket and points dismissed. bike rack or block. Parking and/or placement of other non-motorized SEC. 5-1. Parking of bicycles. Refer to your citation offense paperwork for exact details. devices must be approved by Parking and Transportation Services. It shall be unlawful to park a bicycle upon any public sidewalk or street Bike Valet Program – Secure, FREE valet parking for Bicycle parking racks are not to be utilized as long term storage. in a manner that substantially impedes pedestrians or vehicular traffic or bicycles in front of the Nugent Building. Bicycles that are in a state of disrepair parked at racks or blocks and obstructs access to public or private facilities. Open M-F, 8am – 6 pm. appearing to be abandoned are subject to impoundment. SEC. 5-2. Riding on sidewalks and pedestrian paths, and Bicycle related gear (or other items) should not be left alone at through underpasses. bicycle racks. Items such as; locks, chains, helmets, seats, wheels, etc. left on racks may be considered abandoned and are subject to (A) It shall be unlawful to ride a bicycle on any public sidewalks, or upon impoundment. a designated pedestrian path in any public park, unless signs are posted specifically permitting bicycling. 3. Restricted Parking Areas Bicycles shall be parked in accordance with federal, state, and local (B) It shall be unlawful to ride a bicycle through any underpass when signs fire and safety regulations. are posted prohibiting bicycling. Bicycles shall not be parked or stored: SEC. 5-3. Enforcement. a. in any University building (e.g. offices, residence halls, Any violation of a provision of this chapter shall be a civil infraction, unless classrooms, or parking structures without a bicycle storage otherwise specified, subject to the provisions of chapter 28 of this Code. facility; Violations of this Chapter shall be deemed as civil infractions subject to b. against or fastened to any tree, plant, bush, or foliage; sanction of twenty-five dollars ($25.00) or more. c. against or fastened to any water, steam or gas pipe, fitting, SEC. 20-29. (I). Bicycle helmets. electrical fixture, fence, sign post, railing, public seating fixture, or emergency safety device; No person under eighteen (18) years of age shall ride a bicycle or be a passenger on a bicycle, ride in a restraining seat attached to a bicycle, or d. upon or attached to any ingress/egress ramp, stairway or ride in a trailer towed by a bicycle unless that person is wearing a properly stairwell railing or otherwise fastened to or blocking any exit/ entrance to any University building; fitted and fastened bicycle helmet which meets current standards of the American National Standards Institute for protective headgear. e. in any locked, controlled entry enclosure if access has not been authorized by Parking and Transportation Services; or f. in any other area where parking is specifically prohibited by these regulations or by signs.
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