Mobility

RideKC launches combination pass for bike-share program

Posted on August 30, 2018

The Bike + Bus Pass allows unlimited 60-minute BCycle bike-share rides and local bus rides all month long. The pass is available on a monthly basis.
KCATA
The Bike + Bus Pass allows unlimited 60-minute BCycle bike-share rides and local bus rides all month long. The pass is available on a monthly basis.KCATA

RideKC and BikeWalkKC announced a new combination pass that will let riders check out a Bike Share bicycle and ride a bus using just one pass.

“KCATA is committed to looking beyond buses to connect people to opportunity,” CEO Robbie Makinen said. “By partnering with BikeWalkKC to provide a combined bike and bus pass, we are helping people make easier choices while having more access.”

The Bike + Bus Pass allows unlimited 60-minute BCycle bike-share rides and local bus rides all month long. The pass is available on a monthly basis.

Kansas City BCycle bikes are available at dozens of bike-share stations throughout Kansas City and North Kansas City. This includes several stations adjacent to transit stops and along the Trolley Track Trail.

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