Serving cities is at the core of Lime’s mission. From electric scooters to smart bikes, our dock free smart mobility solutions reduce traffic congestion, promote healthy living, and solve the all-important challenge of the first and last mile. And that’s just the beginning.
With our comprehensive GPS data, cities have a powerful resource to help plan for and maintain safer roads and bikeways. We can also serve all areas of the community, including those traditionally underserved by public transportation or traditional bike shares.
Unlike traditional dock-based systems, Lime requires no public funding or subsidies, meaning we’re able to deliver a world-class smart mobility service at absolutely no cost to cities. We’re successfully serving over 50 communities, from smaller cities like South Bend, IN to major metro markets of Seattle, Los Angeles, and Washington, DC. If you’re interested in bringing Lime to your community, we’d love to hear from you.
Lime Business Network provides companies and their staff with Lime’s GPS-enabled smart mobility vehicles an employment perk.
Our partners work closely with us to design an affordable, flat rate plan that empowers employees to use Lime for their daily commute and more.
LBN officially launched in Seattle with Facebook WeWork, New Tech Northwest, Galvanize, zulily, EnergySavvy, Pike Place Fish Market and many other leading companies and SMB.
The network is available to companies operating in every city in which Lime is available.
Lime Campus Network aims to increase student bikeshare use, decrease campus traffic and congestion, and make sure riding Lime is affordable for students.
We work closely with campus transportation authorities and key stakeholders to design a tailored smart mobility service.
We offer flat rate pricing to empower students to use Lime for their commuting, inter-campus riding, city exploration, and more.
Lime works hard to ensure that smart mobility works for everyone. By collaborating closely with key stakeholders and community organizations, weʼve designed a Lime Access equity program that works.
Lime Access provides low-income individuals with heavily subsidized rides. To qualify as low-income, the individual should qualify for state-run assistance programs in the respective cities.