Town Center CID Bike Share Program

Town Center CID Bike Share Program2018-09-27T14:55:41+00:00

Project Description

Project Information

The Town Center CID’s successful launch of it’s bike share program partnering with Zagster in November of 2015 is a state precedent—the first CID-sponsored bike share program in Georgia.

The goal of this project is to provide a safe, fun and affordable transportation alternative in the Town Center area and encourage the community to stay healthy. With this program, students, residents, visitors and employees in the district who are age 18 or older can rent a bike from docking stations simply by using a mobile phone and a valid credit card, 24 hours a day, every day of the year.

There are currently 20 bikes and 4 convenient bike share stations located along the Noonday Creek Trail , a seven-mile multi-use path system in the Town Center community. Bike stations are located at the Bells Ferry Trailhead, Avonlea Creekside Apartments, Town Center Mall at Cobb, and Aviation Park. To join and learn more, please visit

Current Status

Phase I of the Town Center Bike Share Program is complete. In October of 2016, the bikes were upgraded to Bluetooth-controlled locks that open using the Zagster smartphone app. More bike share locations will be installed after careful analysis of rider statistics, with additional stations planned for the Kennesaw State University campus and throughout the district. The plans for the program extend even beyond the Town Center community. The Town Center CID and Zagster are working with a variety of civic and local government partners to connect Cobb trails to each other through the Cobb Greenway Project and then to trail systems in Cherokee and Fulton, including the Atlanta BeltLine.



 The Town Center CID has a three-year contract with Zagster for the bike share program. The three-year program will cost approximately $115,000 and include installation of the stations, bikes, maintenance and other features for the bike share program.

Total Commitment