The Sundial

New bicycle compounds coming to B5 and G3 parking structures

Antoine Abou-Diwan

August 31, 2010

CSUN has approved the construction of two more bicycle compounds in the B5 and G3 parking structures in an effort to decrease bicycle theft and encourage a more economical and environmentally friendly mode of transportation. “They should be up and running by October if things stay on schedule,” said Christina Villalobos, special assistant to the chief of police and comm...

Police department unveils fully-closed bicycle complex to encourage students to use alternative transportation

Pablo Belloso Chavez

April 24, 2010

On the corner of Sierra Walk and Etiwanda Avenue, lying on a bicycle rack is a blue and white skeleton of a bicycle that has been stripped of its’ tires, lights and everything else valuable. The problem of bike theft is unfortunately an all too common crime on campus, said Anne P. Glavin, CS...

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