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Bay Area BikeShare

New Owners Promise More Bikes For Bay Area BikeShare

Getting around the Bay Area on two wheels may get a bit easier now that a new company has acquired Bay Area BikeShare and plans to invest in the program’s upkeep and expansion.


Bicyclists on the Embarcadero in San Francisco use bikes from the Bay Area Bike Share program. (Bay Area Bike Share)

Bike Share Program Launched In 5 Bay Area Cities

Bay Area commuters fed up with traffic clogged streets have a new option to get around the region.


A bicyclist rides his bike down Polk Street on Bike to Work Day May 14, 2009 in San Francisco. (Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

Bike Share Program Gets $4.3M Grant; Stations Going Up Along Caltrain Corridor

A massive bike share program is going to be launched by fall of 2012 along the Caltrain corridor and will provide 1,000 bicycles according to Palo Alto’s transportation chief.


Shared bikes are parked at a SmartBike station in Washington, DC. SmartBike DC was launched in 2008 and is modeled after similar programs in Europe and is the first bike-sharing program in the United States. (Brendan Hoffman/Getty Images)

Bay Area Officials Unveil Bike Sharing Program

Kiosks with communal bicycles are expected to go up in about a year along the Caltrain corridor.