Rent a locker to keep your bicycle safe, dry at transit stops

Many local transit stops offer enclosed bike lockers for rent to keep your bike dry and secure while you take the bus or train to work.

Sound Transit: Bike lockers are at all Sound Transit stations in Snohomish County (Edmonds Station, Everett Station, Lynnwood Transit Center, Mukilteo Station, South Everett Freeway Station). All of Edmonds’ lockers are rented; there’s a wait list. The rest had lockers available as of this writing. Rental fees are $50 per year. To learn more, email bicycles@soundtransit.org.

Community Transit: Park and Ride lots have lockers for rent for $60 per year. All lockers are claimed at the Ash Way, Canyon Park and Mountlake Terrace park and ride lots and the Lynnwood Transit Center. The rest have from one to eight available. To apply, email bikelockers@commtrans.org or call 425-348-2332.

Everett Transit: Everett Station has 30 bike lockers, 10 of which were available for rent as of last week. The annual fee is $50. Learn more at www.everetttransit.org/292/bike-lockers or visit the customer service center on the south side of Everett Station, 3201 Smith Ave.

Other locations: Everett Community College, Edmonds Community College and the University of Washington Bothell also have lockers. The Snohomish County Campus has lockers for employees.

Read more bicycle-themed posts on the Street Smarts blog.

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