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Bike sharing debuts in the Bay Area!

Bay Area Bike Share launched on August 28, 2013! This regional system went live with 700 bikes at 70 stations in five cities, including Redwood City. The bikes are now available for public use 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, at specific locations in San Francisco, Redwood City, Palo Alto, Mountain View, and San Jose. Visit the Bay Area Bike Share website at for more details, including membership information and rates.

Bike sharing provides bicycles for short-term public use.  Members simply check out a bicycle from a station, ride to a destination, and return the bicycle to any station in the service area.  Memberships are available for one year, three days, or one day. You'll find bike stations at key destinations including transit hubs, shopping centers, employment areas, and community centers.  The bikes are designed for urban use and feature seven speeds, upright handlebars, wide seats, and hand brakes. View a video tutorial here.

This regional pilot program, led by the Bay Area Air Quality Management District, is funded through local, regional, and federal grants.  Program partners include the San Mateo County Transit District, the City of Redwood City, San Mateo County, the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency, and the Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority.




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