Image Usage Guidelines

By using this site and/or downloading any material, you agree to be bound by this Agreement.

This agreement applies to you, and if you are using this web site on your employer's behalf, to you and your employer. BikeToWorkInfo.org on behalf of the Pedestrian and Bicycle Information Center (PBIC) reserves the right to change this Agreement from time to time at its sole discretion, and your use of the site will be subject to the most current version posted on the site at the time of use.

Please feel free to use these images in any noncommercial projects including web pages, presentations, and reports. There are no per-image costs, royalties, or extra payments for the images but you must adhere to the following Usage Guidelines: the images are incorporated for viewing purposes only, the images you use are for noncommercial informational or educational reasons only, and your web pages do not give permission to download and save the images for any reason.

You are required to cite the source and the photographer when using images taken from this website. For example: www.biketoworkinfo.org / photographer name

You are not permitted to redistribute the images as stock photography; use specific government, company, or persons' names, initials, and emblems for any commercial purposes or to express or imply endorsement or sponsorship of any commercial product, service, or activity; or create obscene or scandalous works, as defined by the Federal Government at the time the work is created, using the images or any modification thereof.

Images in the Library are intended to serve as examples of the range of real world existing conditions; they are not limited to best practices or approved design and in some cases may reflect conditions that are not recommended. User discretion is advised.

If you do not wish to be bound by this Agreement, do not accept this Agreement and do not use this site or download or use any images.

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