Loyola University Chicago

Campus Transportation



Loyola encourages visitors, students, staff and faculty to bike to and from campus when possible as a safe and comfortable option.  A variety of programs are available to support biking. With world-class trails like the Lakefront path and bike programs such as ChainLinks and Divvy, biking is a breeze at Loyola.

Biking at Lake Shore Campus

While we encourage biking to campus, the majority of campus sidewalks do not allow biking. Please disembark and walk your bike across campus. Exceptions to this are bike lanes clearly marked on Winthrop, Kenmore and Albion.

Bike Parking 

Bike racks are available at all Loyola campuses. Where possible we try to provide sheltered bike parking.

Register your bike with Campus Safety and get access to the Bike Corral here

Chainlinks is offering winter bike storage for $50.00. Email them at chainlinksloyola@gmail.com before December 15, 2022 to drop off your bike for winter storage.  


Biking safely in the city is very important. We encourage all cyclists to obey all road laws and ride in a safe and considerate manner both on-road and on-trail. For bike safety tips visit: http://www.activetrans.org/resources/bike-work/get-ready-ride or if you have an accident follow these steps: http://www.activetrans.org/resources/crash-support/know-your-rights

Bike lanes and trails 

On-road and off-road bike routes can be the difference between a frustrating and free-wheeling trip. You can find bike routes listed on most map applications such as Google or Yahoo Maps or plan ahead using these route maps: http://www.cityofchicago.org/city/en/depts/cdot/provdrs/bike/svcs/bike_maps.html

LUC Bike Resources

DIVVY Bikes discounted membership

DIVVY is Chicago’s bike share system. It’s fun, easy, and affordable. With 3,000 bikes, DIVVY provides Chicagoans with an additional transportation option for getting around the city. The system consists of a fleet of specially designed, heavy-duty, durable bikes that are locked into a network of docking stations located throughout the city. DIVVY bikes can be rented from and returned to any station in the system, creating an efficient network with many possible combinations of start and end points.

Loyola University Chicago is offering a discount for Annual Memberships. 

Discount Information

  • Students, Faculty, and Staff are eligible for a $75 Annual Membership (regularly $99)

Getting the Discount

  • To receive the discount, visit divvybikes.com/signup/loyola to register for a Divvy account. You must use your Loyola e-mail ( @luc.edu) and LUCycles for the Partner Password to complete the registration and receive the discount.

Station Locations

With 300 stations across Chicago, Divvy has numerous stations located near Loyola's Lake Shore Campus and Water Tower Campus. Visit www.DivvyBikes.com/stations to find stations near you.

For questions about the Student Membership signup process or discount, please e-mail student@divvybikes.com. For general questions about the bikes, stations, or system, please e-mail customerservice@divvybikes.com.