Has the program worked out for you?
SDOT is warning riders to test the bikes before riding
SDOT hopes the program will make bike-share parking more ‘orderly’
Cascade Bicycle Club’s Emerald City Ride lets you experience the viaduct’s views from above two wheels
They’re still a ways off—but could provide an option that’s not a bike
SDOT isn’t accepting any new vendors until the program becomes official, anyway
Go ahead and climb up that hill
Another challenge seems likely
Limebike will be adding e-bikes to our hilly city streets
Pedal across the lake
New protected east-west bike lanes hit downtown
The private bike shares are outperforming Pronto in a big way
Buy a gift card, text to activate, text to unlock a bike.
Users can now pay in cash and call to unlock a bike.
Both bike-share systems are doing destination rides with giveaways.
Seattleites with a smartphone can start riding Spin’s orange bikes right now.
The two companies are the first to get their paperwork in.
With multiple companies almost ready to launch in Seattle, a new pilot program from SDOT means we could have bikes ready to ride within the next couple of weeks.
Two private bikeshares are eyeing Seattle—and some city councilors are working to make it happen.
The potential e-bike system can’t get here soon enough
A couple folks got a chance to test out the potentially-new electric bikes that could replace Pronto
The city has entered into discussions with Bewegen Technologies about turning the bike share system electric
It’s all a bit tacky (sorry)
It might not seem like it at times but less people are driving along than ever in Seattle