“Bike share programs can play an important role in our drive to retrofit a city built around the automobile into a city built for people,” said Mayor Sam Liccardo, who also serves as an MTC Commissioner. “I’d like to congratulate Ford GoBike on expanding into North San José, and thank them for offering residents and employees in this key employment center another green transportation option for getting around our city.”
The dockless bikes will be available at the same prices as classic Ford GoBikes: $2 for a single 30-minute ride, $10 Access Pass for unlimited 30-minute rides over a 24-hour period, $15 monthly membership, or $149 annual memberships for unlimited 45-minute rides. Bay Area residents ages 18 and older who qualify for Calfresh, SFMTA (Low Income) Lifeline Passes, or PG&E CARE utility discount are also eligible for a $5 annual Ford GoBike membership through the Bike Share for All program, developed in partnership with MTC.
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