“Biking is good for the environment, it helps our residents connect to jobs and commercial districts, and it’s good for our health,” said Mayor John Moor. “We’re one of the first cities in New Jersey with a bike share program, and definitely the first along the Jersey Shore.” “A bike share system is the kind of amenity that people expect to see in a city like ours,” said Deputy Mayor Amy Quinn. “This system is a piece of the transportation puzzle that will help to reduce parking demand in our commercial districts, connect residents to important destinations, and make Asbury Park an even more attractive place to live, work and visit.”
Bike Share Ribbon Cutting August 29th
Kickoff at Springwood Park on Tuesday, August 29th at 4:30 PM. The event will include a ceremonial ribbon-cutting with remarks from the City Council followed by a community group ride in the neighborhood. The ride will return to Springwood Park in time for the finale of the Music Mondays concert series at Springwood Park, starting at 6 p.m.
30 cruiser bikes will be available at 6 stations for members to use for on-demand, local trips. Riders join the program by signing up for an annual subscription or per-hour rides. Rides for members – who must be 18 or older – are $30 per year or $3 per hour. The program is supported by four community sponsors: Madison Marquette (Asbury Park Boardwalk), iStar (Asbury Park Now), The Asbury Hotel, and Home Drug Store.
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