Transit Windsor will soon be offering bike rack service on the tunnel bus.
Starting October 31, 2017, bike racks will be operational on the tunnel busses crossing between Windsor and Detroit.
The new service will provide cyclists with a safe and convenient way to explore what each city has to offer.
“With all the trails on both sides of the border, including our own beautiful riverfront, we’re sure this service will be a hit with cyclists,” said Transit Windsor Executive Director Pat Delmore.
The licence to carry bikes does come with some stipulations that riders will need to keep in mind:
- All bicycles entering the United States or Canada must be accompanied by an owner or authorized individual.
- Bicycles making entry to the United States or Canada will remain on the bus rack during the inspection process unless removal is requested by a Customs Officer.
- Bicycle bags or pouches will be removed and brought into the customs office for inspection, unless the Customs Officer determines it is not feasible or prudent to do so.
- The bicycles of individuals found to be inadmissible will be removed from the bicycle rack and remain with the owner or authorized individual until they return to the originating country.
For further information on transit services, please visit www.transitwindsor.ca.