Bicycles and Other Personal Conveyance Vehicles
Access to and egress from University facilities shall not be impeded by personal conveyance vehicles. Personal conveyance vehicles shall not be operated on university property in an unsafe manner that endangers persons or property. No personal conveyance vehicles shall be operated inside a building unless authorized by INLOCC.
This policy does not apply to wheelchairs or other personal mobility devices as defined by the ADA (https://adata.org/factsheet/wheelchairs). However, personal mobility devices should be operated in a safe manner at all times.
In the interest of safety, access to and egress from university facilities must not be impeded by obstacles. In addition, personal conveyance vehicles must be operated in a safe manner for the rider as well as for those around them.
This policy supplements other University and campus policies concerning where bicycles may be parked and only supersedes them when it is more restrictive.
Personal Conveyance Vehicles shall include bicycles and other vehicles powered by the individual, by motor or by batteries that may be operated off-street. These include but are not limited to motor scooters, motorcycles, Segways, roller blades, roller skates, skateboards, motorized skateboards, and self-balancing scooters (hoverboards). Personal conveyance vehicles operated by IU Police Department are excluded from this policy.
Indiana University Property – Buildings, grounds, and land that are owned by Indiana University or controlled by Indiana University via leases or other formal contractual arrangements to house ongoing IU operations.
Anyone violating this policy will be subject to having the personal conveyance vehicle removed and impounded as well as being subject to corrective action procedures contained in Indiana University's staff, academic, or student policies, as applicable.