Roughly 7 miles from downtown Columbus, a CoGo bike station planned for Tremont Road in Upper Arlington is undoubtedly an outlier in the growing bike sharing system.

Most of the system’s 45 local stations are concentrated in downtown Columbus and in pedestrian-friendly territories like the Short North and Ohio State University’s campus.

Read more: https://www.bizjournals.com/columbus/news/2017/08/01/cogo-expansion-upper-arlington-continuing-to-reach.html, bizjouornals.com

 

Kaye McKenzie — Motivate

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In The News: CoGo expansion: Upper Arlington continuing to reach for walkability

Roughly 7 miles from downtown Columbus, a CoGo bike station planned for Tremont Road in Upper Arlington is undoubtedly an outlier in the growing bike sharing system. Most of the system’s 45 local stations are concentrated in downtown Columbus and in pedestrian-friendly territories like the Short North and Ohio State University’s campus. Read more: https://www.bizjournals.com/columbus/news/2017/08/01/cogo-expansion-upper-arlington-continuing-to-reach.html, bizjouornals.com  

In The News: Food-themed Divvy bikes hit the streets

Are you a Divvy cycler? Starting today, keep an eye out for some Chicago-centric food bikes. Snap them in the wild, and you can snag a weekly prize. Divvy added food-themed bikes to the fleet in honor of the company’s fourth anniversary. The bikes take design cues from popular Chicago foods: deep-dish pizza, hot dogs and the […]

In the News: More Divvy Bike Stations Coming To Chicago

On June 28th, 2013 the Divvy Bike Program debuted in Chicago. Now it’s rolling out even more stations in the city. “Divvy has put in an order for 40 new stations and about 400 new bikes, they expect they will arrive in the late summer,” said Mike Claffey, Chicago Department of Transportation. Read more:  http://chicago.cbslocal.com/2017/06/19/divvy-bike-stations-expansion, CBS   […]