UW Transportation Services is pleased to announce the opening of the Elm Drive Bicycle Shelter on Tuesday, Jan 21. This enclosed bicycle shelter near the Lakeshore residence halls is the first of its kind on the UW campus.
With 40 stalls of high-density bike racks, the bike shelter is free and open to anyone with a valid Wiscard. The shelter also features a bike “fix-it” station, the 12th such station on campus. Please note: bicycles may not remain parked in the shelter for more than 72 hours.
The shelter is between Dejope, Bradley, and Sullivan residence halls, within parking lot 37.
UW-Madison was recognized as a Platinum-level Bicycle Friendly University in October 2019. There are nearly 16,000 bike parking stalls on the UW campus, ranging from outdoor bike racks to bike lockers and cages. The Elm Drive Bike Shelter joins bicycle amenities such as the University Bicycle Resource Center and the home football game day bicycle corral.
More information about bicycling at UW-Madison available on the bicycle information page.