Bicycle Education and Enforcement Program (BEEP)

The purpose of BEEP is to educate bicyclists and enforce rules and regulations pertaining to the operation of bicycles and skateboards on campus. The goal of the program is to provide a safe traffic environment so that all modes of transportation can coexist. BEEP is a unit of the Colorado State University Police Department (CSUPD). Administration of the program is the responsibility of the BEEP Coordinator. Enforcement is the responsibility of Patrol supervisors via the commander of the Patrol Division. Education outreach is achieved through events, fairs, brochures, media releases, personal contact at bicycle registering sessions, enforcement warning periods, a ticket diversion program that consists of an online bicycle safety seminar, and Traffic Skills 101 courses.  Enforcement includes targeting specific violations and/or locations as recommended by the BEEP Coordinator based on violation trends, complaints, accidents, circulation patterns, road and weather conditions, and other factors.

                                                                                  

        Hours: Monday - Friday, 8am - 5pm

        Address: 750 Meridian Ave., Fort Collins, Co 80523

        Phone: (970) 491-7695

 

 

Bike Fix-it Station Do-it-Yourself Instructions and Locations:

  • Parking garage (Northwest corner)
  • Morgan Library (north side of the building)
  • Recreation  Center (near the front entrance entrance)
  •  Academic Village (Plaza Area)
  • Recycled Cycles in the Lory Student Center (Northwest corner) has an air hose (24/7) and tools to borrow during their open hours that are free to use
  • TILT (SW corner)
  • University Center of the Arts (west side of the tunnel under College Avenue)