The Wheel House commuter bike hub lets you skip the traffic and enjoy the ride
Pilot program offers secure overnight bike parking and e-bike charging in Stilson Parking Lot.
The Wheel House commuter bike hub is now open in Stilson Parking Lot offering secure overnight bike parking and e-bike charging. Commuters can park, lock, and charge their bikes overnight for free inside The Wheel House.
Those who live and work in Jackson Hole can use The Wheel House to skip the summer traffic and enjoy a stress-free ride to and from work on the pathways. This pilot program enables people commuting over Teton Pass or from the Westbank to park their car, hop on their bike, and cycle the rest of their commute.
“Most people who live or work in Jackson Hole have experienced being stuck in traffic on Highway 22,” Friends of Pathways Executive Director Katherine Dowson said. “The Wheel House makes it easy for folks to get out of their car, onto a bike, and enjoy their ride to work.”
The Wheelhouse is simple! It’s a safe and secure place to park your personal bike overnight in a central location for free. All people who use the free overnight bike parking service are requested to sign up.
“The goal of the Wheel House is to make it easy for commuters to bike to work and for partner organizations to better understand the energy use, greenhouse gas emissions, time savings and quality of life impact of providing overnight bike parking. This will help improve and inform further programming,” Yellowstone-Teton Clean Cities Executive Director Alicia Cox said.
The Wheel House commuter bike hub is made possible through a partnership of Friends of Pathways, Yellowstone-Teton Clean Cities, and Teton Village Association.
General questions: Katherine Dowson, Executive Director, Friends of Pathways, email@example.com, 307-733-4534
OpenPATH app questions: Alicia Cox, Executive Director, Yellowstone-Teton Clean Cities, firstname.lastname@example.org, 810-955-5811
About The Wheel House
The Wheel House commuter bike hub has been made possible through the coordination of Friends of Pathways, Yellowstone-Teton Clean Cities, and Teton Village Association who are interested in improving traffic flow and reducing emissions associated with travel along Highway 22 in Jackson Hole.