Biking at Emory

Getting around on two wheels

Biking at Emory Highlights

Students, faculty, staff and others utilize Emory’s bike lanes, bike parking and other resources to get around campus safely and on time.

By 2025, we will develop a bicycle and pedestrian master plan to include dedicated bike and pedestrian lanes and trails and bike amenities.

Biking at Emory Benefits

  • Biking reduces traffic and air pollution, and it encourages strong fitness habits.
  • Use the South Peachtree Creek PATH trail system to get around campus. Read more about the PATH system here and here.
  • Emory’s bicycle commuter program provides incentives for those who choose to cycle instead of driving to work. Once cyclists register they receive an Occasional Parking Permit, which will allow them to park on campus in the event of inclement weather.

How It Works

  • Faculty, staff, and students can rent a bike for the semester for from Transportation and Parking services.
  • Use this form to reserve your bike. It costs $50 to rent a bike for the semester and $85 to rent a bike for the academic year.
  • Review the Bike Emory general guidelines, the Bike Emory release, and the Georgia Bike Sense Guide.
  • Check out Bike Emory to learn more!
  • Are you a new rider? Use this form to connect with Jessica Wang. Jessica, through the Bike Champ Ambassadors Program, will help connect new bike commuters to seasoned commuters to find safer routes and bike companions.

76%

of students commute using a more sustainable mode

30%

decrease in GHG emissions from a 2005 baseline

25.7%

decrease in GHG emissions from faculty & staff commuting from a 2005 baseline