I see this bicycle nearly every day. It transports someone to the bus stop each work day and it waits here faithfully, panniers at the ready, for its owner to return. Rain or shine, hot or cold, unless it's a weekend or a holiday, this bike is here. Occasionally it's joined by some other bikes, but usually it's on it's own in this spot.
The bike is parked just a couple of hundred metres from our home. If we needed to take a bus from here we'd simply walk to the bus stop. However, by providing bike parking at every bus stop, it makes the bus useful to a far larger number of people. Click on the tags below for more examples of integrated transport and cycle parking.
Car-Sick Glasgow | Documenting the atrocious conditions for cyclists and pedestrians in Scotland's largest city