Bicycle Network is asking bike riders how they use end of trip facilities at work and if that might change because of COVID-19.
End of trip facilities—areas with bike parking, showers, change rooms and lockers—are a vital part of workplaces that enable people to ride a bike instead of driving or taking the train.
And it is likely end of trip facilities will become more important. New bike lanes are being installed in Australian cities and public transport is running at reduced capacity, encouraging more people ride to work.
However, end of trip facilities will need to run a little differently to before COVID-19.
Some facilities might need caps on the number of people who can use the facility at the same time and cleaning will need to be done more regularly.
Bicycle Network is producing a guide with advice for workplaces on how to manage their end of trip facilities so people can keep riding to work.
To help us make the guide we'd like people to complete a survey, tell us how their end of trip facility works and if it will affect the way they travel to work after COVID-19.Take the survey
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