Bicycling to Sky Harbor

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With the opening of the PHX Sky Train®, bicyclists will find even easier access to Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport.

Bicyclists are encouraged to park at the 44th Street PHX Sky Train® Station and ride the free PHX Sky Train® into the Airport. Featuring bike racks and bike lockers, the 44th Street PHX Sky Train® Station

Bicyclists can enter the PHX Sky Train® Station off Washington Street by heading south on 41st Place.

METRO Light Rail riders should use the southbound crosswalk at 44th Street and Washington, then proceed south on 44th Street. Riders will then make a right at the light on Madison Street and proceed around the station to 41st Place. Turn right and reenter the station at the northwest corner where the bike racks and lockers are conveniently located.

Bike racks and lockers are located on the northwest corner of the station near the pet park. Check out bicycling on the METRO light rail.

Please note the following tips when riding your bike to America’s Friendliest Airport®:

Bicycle Route
  • For safety reasons, it is recommended that you bicycle to the 44th Street PHX Sky Train® Station and then ride the PHX Sky Train® into the Airport.
  • There is no charge for bicycle parking or bicycle lockers.
  • Bicycles should be secured to the rack at all times.
  • Locks left on the rack will be removed and disposed of after five days. Locks on the bike lockers must be securing a bike or they will be removed.
  • The Airport is not responsible for damage to or loss of bicycles or any articles left at the bicycle racks.

Additional information on riding the PHX Sky Train®
More information on the Maricopa County Association of Government’s Regional Bike Plan

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