Detroit Bike Share Celebrates Five Years

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Planetizen – In its five years of operation, Detroit’s MoGo bikeshare has added electric and adaptive bikes to its fleet of more than 600 bikes.

Detroit’s bikeshare system is celebrating its fifth anniversary this month. According to a press release from Mogo, “The May 23 anniversary commemorates five years to the day that MoGo launched in Detroit and comes on the heels of reaching the 500,000-ride-milestone.”

“MoGo, with the support of operations partner Shift Transit, title sponsors Henry Ford Health and Health Alliance Plan, Downtown Detroit Partnership, and the City of Detroit, launched on May 23, 2017 with 43 stations and 430 bikes around the Greater Downtown Detroit area, providing active transportation as far east as West Village, north to the North End, and west to Southwest Detroit.” The system started adding electric bikes in 2018.

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