Automated Underground Bicycle Parking System

 

Artist Impression of Bicycle cylindrical shaft

Artist impression—Bicycles are stored in a cylindrical shaft, each able to hold 167 bicycles. There will be three cylinders in total.

 

Singapore will trial its first fully automated underground bicycle parking system at Kampung Admiralty in early 2017.

On the land-scarce streets of Singapore, an underground system is a sensible way for bicycle storage that provides protection against theft, vandalism and the weather. The new system will provide 500 additional parking lots for the bourgeoning cycling population in Admiralty.

The trial will assess the user experience and financial viability of the underground bicycle parking system. If successful, LTA will consider extending the parking system to other locations.

Press Release: Singapore's First Fully Automated Underground Bicycle Parking System At Kampung Admiralty