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Bike share

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Bike share is a short term bicycle rental program designed to provide short term (1 hour or less) one way trips. Such systems have kiosks where riders to pick up and/or drop off their bikes. Bike sharing can help cut down intra-urban automobile trips and provide greater flexibility for transit riders by offering more convenient first-mile, last-mile transportation option.


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System brandCity served
Austin B-cycleAustin
Bay WheelsOakland
San Jose
San Francisco
Boise GreenBikeBoise
Boulder B-cycleBoulder
Des Moines B-cycleDes Moines
El Paso B-cycleEl Paso
Fort Worth B-cycleFort Worth
GREENbikeSalt Lake City
Great Rides Bike ShareFargo
Grid Bike SharePhoenix
Heartland B-cycleOmaha
Council Bluffs
Houston B-cycleHouston
Long Beach Bike ShareLong Beach
McAllen B-cycleMcAllen
Metro Bike ShareLos Angeles
RTC Bike ShareLas Vegas
San Antonio B-cycleSan Antonio
SpokiesOklahoma City
Summit County Bike SharePark City
Topeka Metro BikesTopeka
El Jebel