Sustainable transport

Sustainable transport

RMIT focuses on supporting students and staff to use active transport for sustainability and wellbeing

Transport planning and initiaitives have been delivered on all campuses, guided by the RMIT Sustainable Transport Plan (2015-2025) (5.5 MB)

Public transport

RMIT is currently well served by public transport (trains, trams and buses) at the City, Bundoora and Brunswick campuses. RMIT University is a key interface point with Rail Projects Victoria for the delivery of the Metro Tunnel project. RMIT stands to benefit from the completion of Metro Tunnel, with an additional station planned adjacent to the City campus –providing more train services for staff, students and visitors and stronger connections between campuses.

For up to date travel information visit the Public Transport Victoria website.

Bike hubs

Bike racks in RMIT's bike hub

We support cycling through the provision of free secure bike parking across all our campuses for students and staff. 

Our Bike hubs on the City and Bundoora campuses have created a blueprint for inclusive and engaging cycling facilities which greatly improve the user experience

These facilities include:

  • change facilities
  • showers
  • lockers
  • drying cupboards
  • ironing board
  • hair dryers.

Students and staff have automatic access to our secure bike parking facilities through their RMIT Security access card.

Secure bike facilities can be found in the following locations:


  • Building 51 Bike Hub (corner of Victoria and Cardigan Street). Open 7am -7pm, Monday to Friday. After hours swipe card access via the roller door: 6am-11pm, daily.
  • Building 80 Bike Hub (Swanston Academic Building), Level 1, 445 Swanston Street. Accessible via Stewart Street. Open: 7am-10pm, Monday to Friday.

Both of these locations have bike vending machines stocked with all your cycling essentials, from inner tubes, tyres, patch kits, pumps, tools, batteries, lights to toiletries and snacks. The perfect complement to the bike repair stations.


Behind Building 514 (with lockers in Building 514 foyer). Open 6am-10pm, Monday to Friday.


Bundoora West Changing Facilities in Building 202, Level 2. Secure Bike Cage (to the side of Building 202) is open 24 hours, seven days a week. Bundoora East Bike Cage (adjacent to Building 253). Open 24 hours, seven days a week.

We have installed a number of secure bike parking facilities on campus to encourage the uptake of cycling by staff and students at RMIT.

Bicycle information

How to lock your bike

Visit the Bicycle Network Victoria website for tips on bike safety and maintenance.

Report bicycle thefts or suspicious behaviour:

Why do you ride to uni?

Bicycle routes, maps and apps

Find the best cycling path/route for you using Ride the City.

Track your ride with Map My Ride.

Not sure about the road rules or need a refresher? Before you jump on your bike, get familiar with cycling regulations and road rules.

Join the RMIT Cycling Club

The RMIT Cycling Club is always looking for new members to join in the enjoyment of Cycling.

Whether you are a competitive cyclist, a daily commuter, or just a social / recreational cyclist, the RMIT Cycling Club has opportunities for you. It's one thing to enjoy riding alone, but our objective is to allow you to meet a group of other like-minded individuals and enjoy cycling together.

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Acknowledgement of country

RMIT University acknowledges the people of the Woi wurrung and Boon wurrung language groups of the eastern Kulin Nation on whose unceded lands we conduct the business of the University. RMIT University respectfully acknowledges their Ancestors and Elders, past and present. RMIT also acknowledges the Traditional Custodians and their Ancestors of the lands and waters across Australia where we conduct our business. - Artwork created by Louisa Bloomer