Locations Set for CoGo Bike Share System; Mid-Summer Launch Planned [Columbus Underground] @colsunderground

Planning is starting to ramp up for CoGo, the newly-branded Columbus bike share system. Organizers hope to have 30 stations installed and 300 bikes available for use by the end of July. They have also released a map showing where the stations will be; the system will extend south to Schiller Park, west to COSI, east to Parsons Avenue and north to 4th Avenue in the Short North.
Alta Bicycle Share’s Heather Bowden, project director for the Columbus system, explained that the stations will be assembled in a local warehouse this June; “they are quick to install since they don’t need to be attached to the ground and they’re solar-powered, so they don’t even need an outlet.”
Annual and daily passes will be available, with a special “founding member” pre-sale starting in June, once the CoGo website is up. [Keep reading at Columbus Underground]


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