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    Lisa
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    Need policies on how many lockers should be provided for bike/pedestrian or running commuters.

    #4349

    Lisa
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    Are there showers being provided with the lockers, or is this strictly for bicycle parking? There may be non-bike commuters who would use the lockers and showers as well.

    LA requires 1 locker per (long term) bike parking space (LAMC 91.6307)

    I’ve also seen the 1:1 in some Australian guidelines (also Cycle victoria), and for Toronto.

    Arlington says one per space, per gender, which seems like a lot: https://www.commuterpage.com/tasks/sites/cp/assets/file/arlington_bicycle_parking.pdf

    #4350

    Lisa
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    San Francisco Parking Code would require 4 showers and 24 lockers as minimum for a 50,000 square foot office space.

    But, if you wanted to use that as rule of thumb: 1 locker for every 2,000 square feet of usable office space.

    Interesting sidenote: since it only requires 1 Class 1 space for every 5,000 square feet, a 50,000 square feet would only require to do 10 Class I bike parking spots… less than half the number of lockers! Whoops!

    http://www.sfbos.org/ftp/uploadedfiles/bdsupvrs/ordinances13/o0183-13.pdf

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