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Parking and Maps

Bikes and Scooters


Anschutz Medical Campus

The Anschutz Medical Campus, supplies the following for bicycle, motorbike and scooter parking.
The bike racks are located near entrances to each building. Additionally, for year round convenience there are bicycle lockers available on the ground floor in the south east corner of the Henderson Parking Structure.
Throughout campus bicycles should only be parking in the designated lockers and racks. Bicycles should not be chained or in anyway fixed to landscaping, rails, trees or light poles and are not allowed inside any building. Bicycles found in unauthorized areas will be removed and will need to be retrieved from University Police
Scooter parking is available in designated areas across campus. Scooters should only be parked in these designated locations. Scooter should not be parked in bicycle racks. Please do not attempt to enter gated permit parking with a scooter as it may cause problems with the gate system and your parking access.
Motorcycle parking for permit holders is available in designated areas on campus. Motorcycles should only be parked in these designated locations. Please do not attempt to enter gated permit parking with a motorcycle as it may cause problems with the gate system and your parking access.
Motorcycle parking for visitors is in the designated visitor pay parking lots and the motorcycle must be accompanied by a parking receipt as proof of payment.

Downtown Campus

UC Denver supplies the following for bicycle, motorbike and scooter parking.
For convenient access there are bike racks located in the Lawrence Street Center Parking Garage in the upper level. Access to these bike racks is through the loading dock area of the building. Enter the back corridor and continue into the upper garage to find the bike racks immediately available next to this entrance.
Bicycles should only be parked in the designated racks. Bicycles should not be chained or in anyway fixed to landscaping, rails, trees or light poles and are not allowed inside any building. Bicycles found in unauthorized areas will be removed and will need to be retrieved from security.
For convenient access there are several bicycle parking options at the CU Building. There are bike racks located outside on the patio of the CU Building at 14th Street and Larimer. Additionally, bike racks have been provided on the second level of the CU Building parking garage. A secured door is located next to the Lawrence Street vehicle entrance of the parking garage. To have access to this door added to your ID please see the Facilities Office on the 13th Floor of the Lawrence Street Center. Once in the CU Building parking garage proceed to the second level where you will find the locked bike cage. Again, a key can be issued from the Facilities Office so that you can use the bike cage. Additional wall mount bike racks have been installed as well on the second level of the garage next to the elevators and stairwell.
Bicycles should only be parked in the designated racks and cages. Bicycles should not be chained or in anyway fixed to landscaping, rails, trees or light poles and are not allowed inside any building. Bicycles found in unauthorized areas will be removed and will need to be retrieved from security.
 

South Denver Campus

 

For your convenience, bicycle racks are located near the main entrance to the building.
 
 

Safe Riding Tips

 

  • Ride in the right lane, except when passing another vehicle, preparing for a left turn or avoiding hazards
  • Ride on paved shoulders and bike lanes when present and free of hazards
  • Ride no more than two abreast, returning to single-file if riding two abreast would impede the flow of traffic
  • Obey traffic laws, signs, and signals
  • Use hand signals to indicate left or right turns, slowing or stopping
  • Use a headlight, taillight, and reflectors at night
  • Make eye contact with drivers
  • Never assume motorists see you or that you have the right-of-way
  • Wear passive safety equipment to protect yourself: helmet, glasses, and gloves
  • Expect the unexpected; your first responsibility is to be safe

 

 

 
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