Designed to improve bike access in Downtown Sacramento, West Sacramento and Davis, the system would include kiosks where people could rent bikes.
The Air Quality Management District anticipates rolling the program out sometime in 2015, now that funding has been approved by SACOG.
- Annual Membership: $65
- 30-day: $30
- 7-day: $20
- 24-hour: $7
With any membership, the first 30 minutes of each trip are free. The following usage fees apply to trips lasting:
- 30-60 Minutes (Annual Members): $1
- 30-60 Minutes (Other Members): $2
- 60-90 Minutes: $6
- Each additional 30 minutes, or portion thereof: +$8
"For example, a trip lasting 98 minutes would cost $14," the bike share business plan states, "The pricing structure ramps up significantly after the first hour to encourage regular turnover and active use of the bike share bikes."
The bike-share program is one of dozens of transportation projects approved by the Sacramento Area Council of Governments or SACOG.
- $1.6 million for the Freeport Blvd. bike lane project, which will reduce road hazards for CK McClatchy High School and Sacramento City College students.
- $1.5 million to close gaps on two bike trails in Folsom.
- $559,000 for regional bike and pedestrian data collection.
- $730,000 for a new bike path and two bike boulevards in West Sacramento.
- $192,000 for a bicycle way-finding signage system in Davis that's expected to set a region wide standard.
View full list of SACOG recomendations here.