Portland's bike share program launched in July 2016 with 1,000 bikes at 100 stations across downtown and several neighborhoods. site
Biketown, Portland's Bikeshare Data Feed by Motivate STATION http://biketownpdx.socialbicycles.com/opendata/station_information.json NEARBY
See Street Map for station locations.
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Biketown is a partnership between the City of Portland’s Portland Bureau of Transportation and Nike, the program’s sole title sponsor. PBOT is the steward of the City’s transportation system. post
Nike designed the visual identity for the program’s standard bike which is the identifiable orange. Nike oversees the design and branding of the system’s logo, stations and physical presence. post
Motivate provides a local general manager responsible for day-to-day operations supported by corporate resources including business intelligence and supply chain experts, along with a peer-network of general managers. site
Equipment by Social Bicycles using wireless and gps to manage the fleet compatible with regular bike racks. site
The Portland Mercury put Biketown to the test on Mt. Tabor. It got us to the top, eventually. post
See About Bikeshare Plugin to understand what this page is doing with map markers.
See How to Ride a Bike for the first time ever.