Citi Bike is New York's bike share program. In its first year and a half it already had 15.5 million trips. The program is now doubling in size to serve even more New Yorkers.
In its first year of service, Pronto Cycle Share is redefining transportation for Seattle residents and tourists with over 500 bikes and 50 stations throughout Seattle.
Capital Bikeshare lets residents and visitors of the Metro DC area see the sights by bike! With nearly 350 stations and 3,000 bikes, it is the oldest Motivate-operated system in North America.
Launched in 2012, Bike Chattanooga provides locals and residents a quick, fun way to travel in and around the beautiful Scenic City.
Motivate began operating Bike Share Toronto in April 2014. The program has since adopted a new sponsor TD Bank, showcased on the bikes.
Bay Area Bike Share is your regional bike share system -- with 700 bikes throughout San Francisco, Redwood City, Palo Alto, Mountain View and San Jose!
CoGo, launched in July 2013, is Columbus' bike share program. CoGo is expanding from 300 bikes and 30 stations to 380 and 38 in 2015.
Divvy, Chicago's bike share program, is expanding from 300 stations to 475 in 2015. Divvy is a fun, fast, easy and affordable way to get around the city.
The first system launched by Motivate, Melbourne Bike Share continues to grow with more people riding in Melbourne than ever.
Hubway is Metro-Boston's regional bike share system that gives members access to more than 1,300 bikes at 140 stations.
Motivate designs, deploys and manages bicycle sharing systems.
Bike sharing is an innovative approach to urban mobility, combining the convenience and flexibility of a private vehicle with the accessibility and reliability of public mass transit, making bike share perfectly suited for urban communities.