Light Rail Transit Line 2's management has added bike racks in its recently reopened Santolan, Katipunan, and Anonas stations -- in addition to free bicycle park spaces it earlier installed along its service line.
In a Twitter post, LRT2 said that its free bike racks are placed in strategic and easy-to-access areas for bikers convenience, and to allow its personnel to conduct passive surveillance.
TODAY IS WORLD BICYCLE DAY!— LRT2 (@OfficialLRTA) June 2, 2021
ICYMI: Free bicycle racks are installed at select LRT-2 stations with passive surveillance.
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Earlier, bike racks were installed at six other stations including Betty Go-Belmonte, Gilmore, J. Ruiz, V. Mapa, Pureza, and Legarda.
LRT2's bike racks are open for use from 5 a.m. to 8 p.m., and bikers have until 10 p.m. to claim their bikes.
LRTA Administrator Gen. Reynaldo Berroya was quoted as saying in an earlier post: "This project, which is in compliance with the instructions from the Department of Transportation, is one of LRTA’s efforts to support the current situation and to promote trains and bikes as an integrated mode of transportation." —LBG, GMA News