Town Center Bikeshare Program

Highlights

  • First CID-sponsored bikeshare program in Georgia
  • 24/7 rental access
  • 45 bikes at six stations

In 2015, the Town Center Bikeshare became the first bikeshare offered by a Georgia CID. The program has logged more than 50,000 rides and attracted some of the highest membership in the country.

This project has prompted an open dialogue within the Town Center CID and Town Center Community Alliance about the importance of multi-modal mobility throughout the district and beyond. In 2020, we integrated our system with Cumberland CID’s, allowing members to use bikes from either program interchangeably. This partnership means riders can travel greater distances and visit destinations throughout Cobb County. The Town Center CID and Alliance are continuing to work toward further regional expansion and station additions in the future.

To serve our dense workplace environment and growing KSU community, the CID is bringing cycling to the forefront of mobility and providing recreation options in the district. The Town Center Bikeshare is a safe, fun and affordable way to connect with our vibrant community, create memorable experiences and form healthy habits.

Partners

Recognition

Launched: 2015
Project Status: Complete