Sharing bikes in the ‘Burgh

In 2014 Pittsburgh became a lot more bike-friendly. In 2015 the trend continues with the start of the Pittsburgh Bike Share program. By spring this non-profit plans to have the first  in what will be a fleet of 500 bikes available at the first of 50 planned docking stations. The plan will be “pay-as-you-go” where riders can pay  $10 for 10 hours of riding or $2 for a single point-to-point ride.

 

Source: https://getfitpgh.com/9-projects-pittsburgh-should-be-pumped-for-in-2015/

 

A new bike-sharing system will allow riders to rent bikes from 50 kiosks that will open around the city in May. A total of 500 bikes will be available to rent for $2 per half-hour.  Localo & Pgh Press

A new bike-sharing system will allow riders to rent bikes from 50 kiosks that will open around the city in May. A total of 500 bikes will be available to rent for $2 per half-hour. Localo & Pgh Press