Bike Share Programs
Bike share programs such as Boulder BCycle are innovative systems that give users the ability to pick-up a bicycle at any of the self-serve bike stations and return the bike to any of the bike stations in the area.
Denver Bike Share Program
Denver has received approval from Denver City Council to move ahead with licensing agreements for Lyft and Lime to operate scooter and bike share services in the city. In exchange, Denver will receive multi-million-dollar investments from the two companies and offer residents a comprehensive citywide bike share program, that the city lost more than a year ago with the departure of B-cycle.
Investments include up to 675 parking stations over the next five years, with 100 stations to be added within the first 6 months and 200 stations to be installed within the first year.
Dedicated spaces will allow parking for scooters and bikes to prevent the crowding of sidewalk areas.
Boulder Bike Share
In the City of Boulder, Boulder BCycle has gone electric! There are more than 100 new pedal-assist ebikes added to a network of 47 stations and over 300 bikes that can be used throughout the city.
The City of Boulder has partnered with Lime to provide a new e-scooter pilot program in East Boulder. The scooters offer a quick way for employees, students and residents to get around one of the busiest areas of the city.