Take Bicycle Friendly Driver Training
Tuesday, November 15, 2022 - 10:27

Bicycle Friendly Driver training is available online for free. Join the interactive online class that can teach drivers how to share the road with bicyclists. 

 

There are many reasons people choose to ride a bike. No matter what the reason, everyone has a right to be on the road and deserves to arrive at a destination safely. It is important to know how to safely share the road.

 

Learn how to drive safely and respectfully around people biking with an easy-to-follow curriculum that consists of ten short videos. The course is estimated to take 45 minutes to complete. Individuals who complete the course can receive a Bicycle Friendly Driver certificate upon completion.
 

Videos are also posted individually for viewing separately outside of the class.

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Parking system advisory:  PTS has been having issues with off-peak access at the Washington Avenue Ramp.  We are working with our vendor to resolve the issue.  If you need to use off-peak access, please consider using another location.  If your access card does not work, please pull a ticket and use the help button at the exit.

We need your input as part of our Bicycle Friendly Business application to the League of American Bicyclists program!

Beginning on November 22, 2022 (weather-dependent), Parking & Transportation Services (PTS) will close the Riverside vehicle entrance and all southern pedestrian access points to enter the 19th Avenue Ramp as a pilot project.

Bicycle Friendly Driver training is available online for free. Join the interactive online class that can teach drivers how to share the road with bicyclists. 

Parking & Transportation Services hopes that the shared bike and scooter program helped you to get around campus this fall. With the first significant snowfall in the Twin Cities, the bike and scooter sharing season will end immediately for safety purposes.

In August, repair work began around the Weisman Art Museum Garage. Due to unforeseen challenges, work will continue for another seven weeks.

University of Minnesota Twin Cities Parking & Transportation Services (PTS) released contract parking rate changes as approved through the Board of Regents and budget process for the 2022-23 academic year.

The Campus Zone Pass is no longer available to the University. This discontinued program allowed free rides on the light rail between the three campus rail stations.

Starting this week, on-campus parking meters will be replaced and upgraded. 

The Universal Transit Pass program was approved by the University of Minnesota’s Board of Regents. In the 2022 fall semester, University of Minnesota students who pay the Transportation and Safety Fee will have unlimited access to the regional transit system. The University of Minnesota is now the largest school in the region to offer all students unlimited ride transit passes.