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Bicycle Access to Transit 67 Exhibit 8-1. Bicycles on-board a light rail vehicle (Los Angeles). Source: Kittelson & Associates, Inc. Interagency Coordination As described in Chapters 2 and 6, interagency coordination is critically important to achieve improved transit access; this is also true for bicycle access as the responsibility for providing safe and comfortable bicycle routes to the station usually falls on the local jurisdiction or state DOT rather than the transit agency (which is typically responsible only for the land it owns). As a result, transit agencies may not be able to achieve many of the design principles for access routes listed below without coordination with roadway agencies. Bicycle parking at stations, conversely, typically is the primary responsibility of the transit agency. Exhibit 8-2. Bike sharing facility (Denver). Source: Kittelson & Associates, Inc.