It has been my honor to be an intern in the bike project of Office of Sustainability this semester. UIC is one of the three Bicycle Friendly Campuses in Illinois. In preparation for earning that designation, the UIC Office of Sustainability gathered data about bicyclist behavior. Their study and findings were published in the 2013 UIC Bicycle Planning Report. During the Fall Semester 2014 and the Spring Semester 2015, UIC studied campus community attitudes and suggestions for implementation of dedicated bicycle lanes on campus. The desire to create convenient, safe routes for bicyclists and pedestrians is also documented in the 2010 UIC Master Plan. In the spring 2015, Office of Sustainability focused on getting feedback from different campus organizations including students and leaderships and tried to figure out what should be done next. Comparing with other campuses that already have implemented bicycle plan, it is the time for UIC to build up itself policy and regulate pathway usage. In this project, we are trying to set up relative rules for path and sidewalk usage, and encourage more people to choose bicycling. Therefore, pedestrians and cyclists can share the path harmoniously and more people will ride a bicycle, which all contributes to the sustainability of the campus and reduction of green house gas emission. The most interesting element of my internship is to record the condition of bike racks on campus because the process of recording will let me know the campus better and apply my planning knowledge to reality.