ArborBike

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You'll have a new way to get around downtown Ann Arbor and the University of Michigan campus starting next week.  The new bike sharing program ArborBike will launch as early as Tuesday.  A lot of people have expressed interest in bike sharing, but it's unclear if this will translate into members.


cec-mi.org

It's taking a little longer than expected, but the Clean Energy Coalition's ArborBike program is gearing up for a fall launch.

Nick Helmholdt is operations manager for the bike share program, which was originally targeting a June kick-off.  He says plans now call for installation of equipment the first week in September.

"We are currently targeting the 12th of September as a public launch date," Hemholdt says.

10 of the planned 14 bike sharing stations will open this fall. 

cec-mi.org

You could soon have another way to get around downtown Ann Arbor.

The Clean Energy Coalition is getting ready to launch its new bike sharing program called ArborBike.

Once completed, the membership-based program will allow users to check out bikes for short trips in and around the downtown area. The bikes can then be returned to any ArborBike kiosk.

New Bike Share Program Coming To Ann Arbor

Apr 2, 2014
Clean Energy Coalition

Ann Arbor bike riders will have a new option for getting around the downtown and University of Michigan campus areas starting this summer. 

The Clean Energy Coalition plans to install 14 bike sharing stations this spring, with the operation up and running in June. 

Nick Helmholdt is ArborBike operations manager.

"We're working closely with the city of Ann Arbor and with our vendor, who is B-Cycle, to make sure everything comes into place to fit that timeline," said Helmholdt.