President’s Directive #16
On-campus use of personal forms of transportation
As part of its ongoing efforts to promote sustainability and therefore reduce emissions and pollutants, waste of potentially useful materials, consumption of raw materials and energy usage, the University encourages and supports the use of alternative forms of transportation, including bicycles, by its faculty, staff and students. Use of such forms of transportation is limited or restricted only when necessary to provide for the safety of all members of the campus community and protect University property.
This Directive addresses the use of the following personal forms of transportation on the grounds of California State University, Fullerton and property it controls: bicycles, roller skates, skateboards, motor-driven cycles of any kind, electronic personal assistive mobility devices and motorized bicycles, scooters, and skateboards.
California Vehicle Code Section 21113 and Education Code Sections 89030 and 89031. California Code of Regulations, Title 5, Section 42353.1.
This Directive applies to visitors and all members of the campus community.
Bicycle Parking & Storage
The purpose of the Bicycle Parking and Storage policy is to establish safe and secure methods for parking, storing, and securing bicycles on property owned, rented or leased by the University.
The complete Bicycle Parking & Storage policy can be viewed on the Environmental Health & Safety website.
Official Policies and Map
- President’s Directive #16
- Campus Map with Designated Bike Paths
- Bicycle Parking & Storage Policy
- CSUF Parking Rules & Regulations
Questions or Comments
Check the frequently asked questions page to see if your question has already been answered. Additional questions or comments regarding Directive #16 policy can be sent to: Parkingassistant@fullerton.edu