Register As A Cycling Commuter - Get Free Stuff
Do you know that there are special, university-sponsored biking incentives offered through Emory Transportation Services?
All parking programs are managed by Emory’s Transportation and Parking Office. For more information please visit the Transportation and Parking page at transportation.emory.edu.
Staff and Faculty:
Staff and Faculty Bicyclists who are active full-time regular, active part-time regular (work a minimum of twenty hours per week), or active full-time temporary Emory University or Emory Healthcare employees whose primary work location is on the Clifton Road corridor qualify for the following incentives:
• Guaranteed Ride Home
• Free Commute Alternative Program hang tag providing 20 free parking swipes
• Zipcar membership discount
How to apply:
Bicyclists must complete the Bike/Walk Application Form. Forms are available online at transportation.emory.edu/resources/forms.html.
Bicyclists must also provide their vehicle information to receive an Occasional Use Eagle Permit and they must turn in their Emory hangtags before receiving the Occasional Use Eagle permit.
Once all of the above criteria have been met, applicants will be notified within five (5) business days and invited to bring their Bike/Walk Application Form to and pick up their occasional parking permit from the Parking Office, which is located in the Starvine Deck, 1945 Starvine Way, Decatur 30033.
NOTE: Applicants may only register for one commute option Program at a time (bike, carpool, MARTA, vanpool, or walk) and only bicyclists registered through the Parking Office may benefit from the incentives offered.
Students may purchase an “Eagle Pass”. An “Eagle Pass” costs $80 and provide 20 swipes an academic year in a designated parking deck.
For added security you can also register your bike with the National Bike Registry. With the National Bike Registry program, you will receive a certificate of registration and a tamper-resistant label to identify your bike. Then, if your bike is ever stolen and recovered- no matter where – it can be returned to you. Register with the National Bike Registry here (fee applies).