The Bay Area is putting sustainable, affordable transportation front and center in 2018.
This week, four new communities from El Cerrito to San Mateo County have announced LimeBike launches in January, joining with cities like South San Francisco and Alameda that have already been experiencing the benefits of dockless bike sharing.
The expansion comes on the heels of our recent arrival at Cal State University, Northridge in Los Angeles, and caps several weeks of exciting growth to kick off the new year.
“The bike sharing program will make it easier for passengers to get from their starting point to nearby bus and BART stations, ultimately making it easier to complete trips while using public transportation,” says El Cerrito Mayor Gabriel Quinto.
Farther west in Walnut Creek, Mayor Justin Wedel calls the program “a great investment for Shadelands businesses and...a great investment for the employees and the people of Walnut Creek.”
Other Bay Area communities included our January launch-a-thon include Albany and Burlingame. You can see a full list of release dates below:
To celebrate more fun, equitable cycling throughout the region, we’re offering 5 free rides until the end of the month with the code LIMETHEBAY. Now get out there and explore these fantastic communities on us!