In the University of Toronto they started using GPS-enabled ‘bate bikes’ that are provided by a company called Nero Global Tracking that are followed by immediate arrests. It’s a form of disincentive for bike thieves in the community. On my campus at the University of Washington Seattle, they make sure most bike parking areas are well lit and some even under surveillance.
You’re best option is to practice bike safety tips. One tip that most bikers in my community do is to regularly take off one wheel. This makes it exponentially more difficult to steel the bike.
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