UpdateAustin Bike Share is now open! Austin B-Cycle launched on December 21, 2013 with 11 stations in the Downtown area and will quickly expand to 40 stations by March 1, 2014.Find bike share locations and sign up
A managed bike share system should be an integral part of the transit discussion. For distances of less than one-mile, these are cost-effective systems of getting urban-Austinites and visitors where they want to get to. The utility of these systems grows with number of stations. A large bike sharing network is also a superb recreational and tourist amenity.
Targeting the following city departments, and possible stakeholders 1) Austin Transportation Dept 2) Economic Growth & Redevelopment Office 3) CapMetro 4) Austin Chamber of Commerce 5) Austin Convention and Visitors Bureau