City Seeks Help From Residents On BikeShare Program
The City of Columbus seeks public input into the design and name for the BikeShare system announced in November.
Residents are encouraged to visit the Department of Recreation and Parks website, where they can suggest up to five locations where they think the share kiosks would be most successful. A final location plan is expected to be complete sometime next month with installation to begin during the summer of this year. The city says it's invested more than $2 million in the BikeShare program. The network of 300 bikes at 30 downtown locations will allow users to visit any station to borrow a bike, ride for any amount of time and return it at any of the stations.