Ongoing Projects

Created in 2009, Alta Bicycle Share is a leader in bicycle sharing systems and is the world’s only company focused on bicycle share management and operations. ABS operates either systems in public-private partnerships with local governments around the globe:

Toronto, ON

Bike Share Toronto Bike Share Toronto bike
Quick Facts

In April 2014 Bike Share Toronto became the latest system managed and operated by Alta Bicycle Share. Bike Share Toronto provides visitors and residents an additional transportation option for getting around the city.

Columbus, OH

CoGo Bike Share CoGo Bike Share bike
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Launched in July of 2013, COGO is the bike share system in the capital city of Columbus, OH.

Bay Area, CA

Bay Area Bike Share Bay Area Bike Share bike
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Bay Area Bike Share is the first regional bike share system of its kind, featuring station locations in San Francisco, Redwood City, Palo Alto, Mountain View, and San Jose.

Chicago, IL

Divvy Divvy bike
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Divvy means "to divide and share" and will help to complete the city's great mass transit system.

New York, NY

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Citi Bike launched on Memorial Day 2013 and is the largest bicycle share system in North America.

Chattanooga, TN

Bike Chattanooga Bike Chattanooga bike
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Bike Chattanooga launched in the summer of 2012. The system is a partnership between the City of Chattanooga, Outdoor Chattanooga, and Alta Bicycle Share.

Boston, MA

Hubway Hubway bike
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The Hubway serves the greater Boston-metro region, including Brookline, Cambridge, and Somerville. After launching in July 2011 with 610 bicycles and 61 stations, Hubway distinguished itself as the most rapidly growing bike share system of its size in the United States.

Washington, DC

Capital Bike Share Capital Bike Share bike
Quick Facts (as of January 2012)

Capital Bikeshare had provided over 2 million rides to users and expanded across the city and into Arlington County. The system now provides over 2,500 bicycles and 300 stations, which serves over 18,000 annual members as well as temporary users. Currently one of the largest bike share systems in the United States, Capital Bikeshare plans to install 50 new stations in 2012, adding at least 500 additional bicycles.

Melbourne, AU

Melbourne Bike Share Melbourne Bike Share bike
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Melbourne Bike Share was launched in May, 2010 in Melbourne, Australia. The network includes 600 bicycles and 51 stations. The system is operated through a partnership between the government and Alta Bicycle share, and is one of two bike share systems in Australia.