Sound Transit adding secure bike cages at light rail stations

There's a brand new way to keep your bike safe if you ride Sound Transit. They installed a new bike cage at the Beacon Hill station, with more to come.

SEATTLE -- Sound Transit unveiled a new, secure bicycle cage at the Beacon Hill light rail station, the second of its kind for Link light rail. It can hold up to 48 bicycles.

Riders can pay $50 per year to get a personal access code to the cage. which in inputted on a keypad. They can keep their bikes there while on the train.

Sound Transit says the cage can hold four times as many bikes as the old bike lockers. The agency says the bike cages will be the option it will use going forward at new light rail stations.

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