Bike rules

Individuals using bicycles, skateboards, rollerblades and scooters must do so in a safe and courteous manner having respect for all pedestrians and vehicular traffic and following all applicable university regulations, city bylaws and provincial statutes. Remember to always lock your bike on campus and use a quality lock.

Operators of bicycles, skateboards, rollerblade's and non-motorized scooters must yield to pedestrians. While the university permits bicycles, skateboards, rollerblades and non-motorized scooters to be used as a form of transportation and to share pathways with pedestrians on campus, pedestrians always have the right of way.

Bike, skateboard and rollerblade rules

In keeping with the Fredericton City Bylaws, bicycles are to use the campus roadway system and restricted from using the main roadside pedestrian sidewalks. They are permitted to use the interior connecting pathways where no roadway exists.

Skateboards, rollerblades and non-motorized scooters are for use on campus sidewalks and pathways only whereby their users are wearing a helmet. These modes of commuting are restricted from being used on motor vehicle traffic roadways. Their recreational use for such activities as: the participation in any games; competitions; racing; and, the performance of any stunts or tricks, unless approved by UNB, are also strictly prohibited.

The University of New Brunswick shall not be responsible for any injuries, loss or damage to any property of individuals referred to in this policy, however caused. Any injuries, damage or loss of property on campus should be reported to the Security and Traffic Department on the Fredericton campus and the Environmental Health, Safety and Security Department on the Saint John campus.

Bicycles, skateboards, rollerblades and scooters are not permitted in campus buildings or in the tunnel system, except in approved storage areas.

Bicycle racks shall be provided as needed at various locations on campus. Refer to the campus map for both UNB Fredericton and Saint John for exact location.

Bicycles and scooters are prohibited from blocking access to exits, corridors and hallways used by the public, including outside areas. Such areas must be kept clear of obstructions.

Any tricks, stunts or maneuvers that could cause damage to property or injury to persons are strictly prohibited on university property.