Now you can board a train with your bike, for free, on week days, weekends and holidays
Permitted times for bikes on trains:
- Weekdays - after 9pm
- Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays - all day
How to guarantee your and other passengers’ safety when you get on the train with your bike:
- Bicycles are only allowed on trains after 9pm during the week, and all day long on Saturdays, Sundays and holidays.
- To enter or leave the station, please ask a member of staff to let you through the service gate.
- Bicycles are not allowed on the 1st and 2nd cars of the train. On all the others, access is liberated.
- Do not ride (riding and pedalling) your bike in the stations or near entrances. Push it while walking next to it.
- Minors under the age of 12 should be accompanied by an adult responsible for them.
- Dirty bicycles will not be permitted.
- Use the stairs. Bikes are prohibited on escalators and lifts.
- No part of the bike should pass the yellow line on the platform.
- Avoid using the middle door on trains. Try using the side doors of each car.
- Inside the car, make sure your bike does not prevent the doors from closing and does not prevent the movement of passengers entering or leaving.
- Motorized vehicles are not allowed.
- Bicycles used for transporting products are prohibited.
- SuperVia reserves the right to refuse entry and loading of bikes during Special Operations or during times of increased movement of passengers.
- The handling of bikes inside the station is the sole responsibility of its owner.
- Any damage/harm caused to other passengers, to the bike owner or to SuperVia property is the sole responsibility of the cyclist.
- For trips with groups of more than 10 people, call 0800 726-9494, from Monday to Friday to request specific assistance.
- Bikes are not permitted on buses that substitute train services when the railway is under maintenance.