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From the MIT Annual Safety and Security Report, 2016, page 15:
Bicycles found illegally parked or attached to stairway handrails will be removed by the MIT Parking and Transportation Department. In order to obtain the release of your bike, you will have to go to MIT Parking and Transportation (W20-022) and pay a fine of $50.00. MIT is not responsible for damage to, or the theft/loss of, your bike or lock.
The operation of bicycles, roller skates (including inline), skateboards, or any other form of wheeled personal transportation, with the exception of medical mobile equipment, such as wheelchairs and scooters, in Institute buildings or parking structures is prohibited. Violators will be fined. A fine will be imposed.
As a cyclist it is your responsibility to know the rules of the road.
The following is a summary of Massachusetts General Laws and Cambridge ordinances concerning the operation of bicycles. Click here to read the bicycle laws http://www.bostonbikes.org/resources/bike-laws/
In the time it takes you to read this headline someone can steal your bike...
It is recommended to use a heavy duty U-Lock. Leave as little room as possible in the "U" portion of the lock to minimize the space for thieves to insert tools. Also, do NOT leave your bike unlocked and unattended even "just for a minute while you run into an office or store".
The MIT Parking & Transportation Office administers the bicycle compound located in the rear of Building 13, and under Building E53 in the Hermann Garage. Cards to access to the compounds can be requested by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Your bicycle must be registered with the MIT Parking & Transportation Office in order to gain access to a secure bike compound.