UTAS and LARC have developed a concept design for their Bicycle Hubs project. Would this design suit you?
The Launceston Assistance & research centre have produced an impressive first stage concept design set for their Bicycle Hubs project. The design in skeleton form provides 6 unsecure undercover parking options in the space of one carpark, while in its advanced form provides 8 lockable bike units. Case studies at Melbourne Train Stations have found that individual lockable units are infrequently used and provide a management nightmare due to the freedom for anyone to pop a lock on them. However, this design differs in that it can offer a flexible number of secure and unsecure bike spaces depending on the security of the location. The hanging wall mount would be the popular Bicycle Victoria Ned Kelly design. http://www.bv.com.au/general/bike-parking/40484/
What do you think? Would you use this?