The Bay Area Bike Share’s fleet of 700 turquoise bicycles, available for checkout at self-serve kiosks, will expand tenfold to 7,000 over the next two-and-a-half years.
The Bay Area Metropolitan Transportation Commission approved $8.7 million in funding Wednesday morning to expand the Bay Area Bicycle Share program to the East Bay in 2015 despite delays in existing expansion plans caused by the bankruptcy of a key business.
The new Bay Area Bike Share system has only been in service for a week but seems to be a success as four times as many bicyclists have signed up to use the service as there are bikes available.
Bay Area commuters fed up with traffic clogged streets have a new option to get around the region.
A Bay Area bike share program in San Francisco, Redwood City, San Jose, Mountain View and Palo Alto will begin operating on August 28. The program’s first phase is set to launch that day with 700 bikes.
You don’t have to own a bicycle in order to pedal around San Francisco, under a new program that has moved a step forward at the Rec and Park Commission.
San Francisco Supervisors have endorsed an ambitious goal to increase the use of bicycles as an alternative form of transportation.
It may soon be possible to borrow a bike from a kiosk in San Francisco, take it on Caltrain and drop it off in San Jose, all for a small monthly fee or even just […]