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Bike Share Operator Selected

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We are pleased to share that the City of Syracuse has selected Gotcha Bike as The City's first bike share operator.  Gotcha Bike is based in Charleston, SC as is currently operating in over 20 cities across the country. They specialize in a dockless system as well as operating hybrid bike share systems with stations/hubs. 



The City of Syracuse and Adapt CNY are hosting a public meeting on Tuesday, August 14th at 5:30pm in the City Hall Commons Atrium, located at 201 East Washington Street. Representatives from Gotcha Bike will share more infromation on how the system will operate and ask for your ideas and feedback. For more information, visit the event page


We are also still actively seeking feedback on bike sharing in Syracuse and any considerations that should be made during the planning and implementation process. If you have not already, please share your thought at http://info.syracusebikeshare.com/p/comments.html. Printed copies will be available at the meeting as well. 






Syracuse Pedal Party

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Join us on Sunday, May 20th from 11am-2pm to celebrate National Bike Month in Hanover Square. We want your feedback on bike stations, bike lanes, and all things bikeshare related. Check out the our facebook event for more information.

Request for Qualifications Released

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In partnership with the City of Syracuse Office of the Mayor and Adapt CNY, the Syracuse Bike Share Committee has officially released the Request for Qualifications: City of Syracuse Bike Share System. For more information, click here.


Welcome

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The City of Syracuse and Syracuse Bike Share Committee are working together to bring Bike Share to Syracuse this summer (2018). In the State of the City address, Mayor Ben Walsh announced the plan to issue a Request for Qualifications from vendors. 

About Us

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The Syracuse Bike Share Committee is a group of community stakeholders dedicated to the mission of developing a bike share system in Syracuse. The committee meets on a monthly basis and is convened by the Adapt CNY Transit Task Force, with representatives from nonprofits, educational instructions, city government, and cycling advocacy groups.
Adapt CNY is an organization dedicated to providing creative professionals with a platform to engage, connect and create within Central New York and empower individuals to pursue passions and promote our community as a vibrant place to live, work, learn and play. The Adapt CNY Transit Task Force is a subcommittee of individuals dedicated to improving transportation access in the community.