Biking at Cornell
Use a bike to commute to and from, and across the Cornell campus. Cycling is a form of alternative transportation with health benefits to individuals and our community, helping reduce single-occupancy vehicles and the use of fossil-fuels.
Take Action on Campus
Purchase a bike for use on campus and to commute
Learn about the TCAT Bike Option for combining bus and bike
Review the rules of the road for cyclists on campus
Biking Programs & Initiatives
With over 1,000 bike parking stations across campus and many bike lanes, using a bike to get to and from, and around campus is an excellent way to improve your carbon footprint and get time to exercise while you commute.
Monthly meetings with faculty and staff partners interested in improving cycling and walking safety and access on campus. If you would like to get involved, please send an email.
Every bus in the local TCAT fleet has a bicycle rack mounted on the front to help cyclists tame the hills and weather of Tompkins County. There is no additional fare for using the bike racks.
The BFU program from the League of American Bicyclists recognizes institutions of higher education for promoting and providing a more bicycle-friendly campus for students, staff and visitors.