Chattanooga's New Bicycle Transportation System : The Barlew Blog

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Chattanooga's New Bicycle Transportation System

by David Barlew, Jr. on 04/17/12

Image source: Bike Chattanooga's Facebook Page

Is this picture not one of the most beautiful things you've ever seen?

Chattanooga is getting a public bicycle transit system!

The new bike share program will be known as Bike Chattanooga and will be based around a system of thirty bicycle drop-off/pick-up stations in and around downtown.

Chattanooga's new public bicycle transportation system is expected to begin operations sometime this spring.  

To access the system, users purchase memberships; after sign-up, Bike Chattanooga provides the users with keys, which unlock the bicycles. Those interested in purchasing memberships can do so here.

For more information, visit Bike Chattanooga.


Chattanooga Bicycle Transit System. Web. 16 April 2012. <>.

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Bike Chattanooga. Facebook. Web. 16 April 2012. <>. <>.

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