In communities where bicyclists have been allowed to take their bicycles on transit, there is often a daunting barrier: stairs. But in a growing number of communities, transit agencies have solved the problem by installing small ramps at the sides of the stairs. With these, bicyclists can take the stairs and roll their bikes up and down at their sides. While ramps don't solve all problems, they can do one thing pretty well! In this Active Fact brochure, you'll learn what they are and how they can help bicyclists "get there from here."