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Most DCPT buses have a bike rack on the front that can carry three bikes at a time. Bike racks are available on a first-come, first-served basis. If the rack is full, bikes are not permitted inside buses.


When Loading Your Bicycle Into The Bike Rack

• Wait for the bus to come to a complete stop before loading your bicycle.
• Bicycles must not exceed 55 lbs.
• Loose articles must be removed from the bicycle before being placed on the bike rack.
• Bicycle handlebars or baskets must not obstruct the driver’s view.
• Foldable bicycles (non-motorized) no larger than 28″ x 20″ x 11″ are permitted onboard (under the seat). The bus operator has the discretion to deny foldable bicycles which cannot be reasonably and safely stored under the seat, or safely on the exterior bike rack.
• Tandem bikes and tricycle bikes are not allowed.
• Please remember you are responsible for the loading and unloading of your bicycle. When departing the bus, exit through the front door and let the bus operator know you’re removing your bicycle from the rack.
• DCPT is not responsible for loss or damage to bicycles.


Children And Bike Racks

• Children under the age of 12 must be accompanied by an adult when loading or unloading their bicycle from the rack.
• Children’s bicycles are permitted provided that the “J-Hook” fits snugly over the front tire of the bicycle.


Battery-Powered Bicycles

• E-bikes are allowed on the bike racks as long the e-bike fits the same profile as a regular bike. E-bikes need to fit securely on the bike rack and cannot weigh more than 55 pounds.


Items Not Allowed On DCPT Buses

• Customers are not allowed to bring on board the bus items such as used gasoline cans, car batteries, hoverboards, gas-powered vehicles, or objects too large to fit under passenger seats.
• Electric bikes with liquid lead-acid batteries are not permitted in the bike rack nor are gas-powered bikes.
• Electric bikes with liquid acid batteries are not permitted.


Park Your Bike

Find bicycle racks available for you to park your bike free of charge.