The stop at the airport has moved to the general public traffic lanes on the lower loop of Airport Way. The stop is located from pillar 14 to pillar 17 at the end of the arrivals pick up lanes
Placing Your Bike on the Bus
Riding a bike and catching a bus on the same trip is common in Boise. Every bus has a bike rack on the front. Each rack can hold at least two bikes.
For insurance and safety reasons, no bikes are allowed inside the bus, so if the rack is full, you’ll need to wait for the next bus to arrive or lock up your bike near the stop.
How to use the bike rack on a bus:
It’s simple to use the rack. If you need help, ask the driver.
- Communicate to the driver that you’ll be placing your bicycle on the rack.
- Lift the silver handle to open the bike rack.
- Place your bike in the open position closest to the windshield, with your front tire facing the extender arm.
- Lift the spring-loaded extender arm over and secure it over the front tire.
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Parking Your Bike
Whether you’re biking or busing, there’s outdoor and indoor bike parking around Boise.