ToC
25-811

Enclosed bicycle parking spaces

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In all districts, as indicated, enclosed accessory bicycle parking spaces shall be provided for at least that amount specified for the applicable use set forth in the table in this Section. For the purposes of calculating the number of required bicycle parking spaces, any fraction of a space 50 percent or greater shall be counted as an additional space. For residences, the accessory bicycle parking requirement shall be calculated separately for separate buildings or building segments.

Where any building or zoning lot contains two or more uses having different bicycle parking requirements as set forth in the table, the bicycle parking requirements for each type of use shall apply to the extent of that use.

Where an enclosed accessory group parking facility is provided, the required number of bicycle parking spaces for the use to which such facility is accessory shall be the amount set forth for such use in the table, or one for every 10 automobile parking spaces that are enclosed within a building or other structure or located on the roof of a building, whichever will require a greater number of bicycle parking spaces.

REQUIRED BICYCLE PARKING SPACES FOR RESIDENTIAL OR COMMUNITY FACILITY USES

Type of Use

Bicycle Parking Spaces Required in Relation to Specified Unit of Measurement

FOR RESIDENTIAL USES

Use Group 1

None required

Use Group 2

1 per 2 dwelling units

Affordable independent residences for seniors

1 per 10,000 square feet of floor area

FOR COMMUNITY FACILITY USES*

College or school student dormitories or fraternity and sorority student houses

1 per 2,000 square feet of floor area

Colleges, universities, or seminaries**

(a)    Classrooms, laboratories, student centers or offices

(b)    Theaters, auditoriums, gymnasiums or stadiums

 

1 per 5,000 square feet of floor area

1 per 20,000 square feet of floor area

Libraries, museums or non-commercial art galleries

1 per 20,000 square feet of floor area

Monasteries, convents or novitiates; houses of worship, rectories or parish houses;
Use Group 4B

None required

All other Use Group 3 and Use Group 4 uses not otherwise listed in this table

1 per 10,000 square feet of floor area

*        Non-profit hospital staff dwellings shall be subject to the requirements for Use Group 2 residential uses

**        Up to half of required spaces may be provided as unenclosed bicycle parking spaces pursuant to the requirements of Section 25-83 (Restrictions on Operation, Size and Location of Enclosed Bicycle Parking Spaces)

However, the bicycle parking requirements set forth in the table shall be waived for bicycle parking spaces that are accessory to:

(a)        buildings or building segments containing 10 dwelling units or less;

(b)        colleges, universities or seminaries where the number of required bicycle parking spaces is six or less;

(c)        college or school student dormitories or fraternity and sorority student houses where the number of required bicycle parking spaces is five or less; or

(d)        all other community facility uses not otherwise listed in the table where the number of required bicycle parking spaces is three or less.

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