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ToleGO bike share resumes services starting today

The bike share program plans to remain available as long as transportation systems are deemed safe by state and local government.

TOLEDO, Ohio — ToleGO announced that its bike share program will resume starting Friday, June 26 after it was paused due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Toledoans can use the bikes for essential trips and recreational use by downloading the Sobi app to pay.

Riders can pay as they go at $3 for 30 minutes or through a monthly subscription for $15 or annually for $69.

To stay within the CDC guidelines to reduce the risk and exposure to the coronavirus, ToleGO has established new protocols:

  • Bike cleaning will be enhanced and more frequent 
  • Hand sanitizer and disinfectant products will be readily available in the warehouse. 
  • On top of briefing all employees  on proper hygiene practices recommended by the CDC, employees will use hand sanitizer when retrieving and/or re-balancing bikes.
  • Riders are also encouraged to wear PPE such as face masks while riding.

The bike share program plans to remain available as long as transportation systems are deemed safe by state and local government.

More information on ToleGO bike share can be found here

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