Hoboken, Jersey City and Weehawken in New Jersey, USA, are launching a tri-city bike share program this summer. It is very similar to what we plan to in Waterloo and eventually Kitchener and Cambridge with the major difference at this point being our cost of memberships and our sources of funding. The technology of free standing bikes (meaning you don’t have to find a station to lock up) will be the same. This is the latest in bikeshare technology and is the most flexible for the users. Stay tuned for more updates about our coming program and click here for more info about the “Bike and Roll” bike share in New Jersey.
- RT @JamesDEJ: The @GRPBS bike share group is postponing operations due to a lack of funding: waterloochronicle.ca/news/brakes-pu… http://t.co/JoiLx0pIj3 4 years ago
- The team @GRPBS sincerely thanks all of our supporters. We continue to believe in sustainable, active transportation in @RegionWaterloo 4 years ago
- Regrettably, GRPBS has decided to postpone operations for the foreseeable future due to lack of funding. waterloochronicle.ca/news/brakes-pu… 4 years ago
- Survey says: Cars no longer king in the core - waterloochronicle.ca/news/survey-sa… Cyclists spend same as motorists 4 years ago
- On Mar 09 attended the #Laurier U in #Waterloo for the #WorldofOpportuntiesSymposium. @vidyard tried out our bike. http://t.co/LyDGC223mJ 4 years ago