Healthy Ride Kiosks – Bike-sharing program to begin in Pittsburgh next month

By | April 10, 2015

Commuters and pleasure-seekers alike will soon gain a new way to travel around Pittsburgh when biking advocates and local officials in May open a new bike-sharing system called Healthy Ride. The project by Pittsburgh Bike Share, which was sponsored by Highmark and by Allegheny Health Network, not only will help relieve traffic congestion and reduce pollution, but also will improve riders’ health by giving them an active way to commute to work and explore other parts of the city, according to loc

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500 bikes and 50 locations. Each kiosk, which looks like a modern parking meter, has 20 docking stations where returning riders can lock up bikes and where a computer will register the return.

Each kiosk, which looks like a modern parking meter, has 20 docking stations where returning riders can lock up bikes and where a computer will register the return.

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