Want to weigh in on Caltrain's bike parking plan? Take an online survey through Nov. 23. (Ryan McNulty/Special to SF Examiner)

Want to weigh in on Caltrain's bike parking plan? Take an online survey through Nov. 23. (Ryan McNulty/Special to SF Examiner)

SURVEY: Tell Caltrain how to improve bike parking

Take Caltrain? Ride a bike? Now’s your chance to give input on how Caltrain stations should improve bicycle parking.

The transit agency has launched an online survey for the public to weight in on bike planning issues that will be available until Nov. 23.

As part of Caltrain’s process for developing its Bike Parking Management Plan, tthe is online survey is intended to gauge passengers’ interest in different types of bike parking options at Caltrain stations.

The survey is available to all Caltrain passengers, including those who ride bikes to and from the stations, as well as those who are not cyclists but might consider using a bike in the future.

CLICK HERE TO TAKE THE SURVEY.bicyclebike parkingCaltrainTransittransportation

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