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I will arrive in Venice by train at the Mestre station, from there I want to get to Lido di Jesolo with my roadbike. What are my options?

I was considering getting to Venice from Mestre on foot or bike using the bridge Via Libertá, and then taking the ship to Punta Sabbioni. Now this sounds doable, but I guess I can't bike or walk on that bridge!

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You can put the bike in a train or a bus. – mouviciel Aug 31 '12 at 13:22
@mouviciel I don't know about the bus, but I had thought of the train. Do I have to pay a separate fare for the bike?! It would be nice to know if there are other possibilities, especially ones utilizing the roadbike. – Daniel Szalay Sep 1 '12 at 16:48
Unfortunately, I have no information about the train+bike thing in Italy. I only found a link to trenitalia: Travelling with your bicycle – mouviciel Sep 1 '12 at 21:07
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Here you can find a map of bike-allowed street. Probably it will be longer but there is a possibility to go to Punta Sabbioni by using only the bike.

Hope it can help!

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