Bike and Ride is an easy, environmentally friendly and healthy way to use your combine a bike ride with a bus ride to travel around the city. This active travel option will help us manage congestion, reduce energy consumption and pollution and make Canberra a cleaner, greener, better place to live today and into the future.
The ACT Government has committed $700,000 over three years as part of the Transport for Canberra budget package to construct bike and ride facilities along the rapid transport corridor network. The Commonwealth has supported this sustainable transport investment with additional funding of $255,000 in 2010 through the Regional and Local Community Infrastructure Program.
Bike and Ride allows you to lock your bicycle in a bike cage, rail or locker during the day and transfer to a bus for the rest of your trip. You pay a normal bus fare, with no additional charge to park your bike at a Bike and Ride facility.
There are four types of bike > park > ride facilities available in the ACT:
Find your nearest Bike & Ride facility on our Bike and Ride map (PDF 582KB) or call 13 17 10 for further information
Access to these secure, weatherproof bike storage cages is enabled to MyWay cardholders upon application. To arrange access to the cages please complete an online feedback form. For any further information, call 13 17 10.
Bike lockers are the most secure option to combine a cycle and bus trip. To book a bike locker call Canberra Connect on
13 22 81.
Bike rails are installed at stops across the bus network, with a focus on the rapid stops for direct connections across the city. Users need to provide their own bicycle lock to secure their bike to a rail.
Bike racks are installed on ACTION buses and allow up to two riders to place their bike on a bus. For further information, including terms and conditions please refer to the ACTION website.
The Canberra and Queanbeyan Cycling and Walking Map shows on road cycle lanes, shared use paths, bike parking facilities and rapid bus routes.
To view the map follow this link Canberra and Queanbeyan Cycling and Walking Map
The ACT Government acknowledges the funding contribution from the Australian Government towards these cycling facilities.