Community-selected station locations are assessed for feasibility, including sufficient sun exposure, space availability, and visibility. Final station locations are identified through a community outreach process. This process includes recommendations from… Read more »
Everywhere! Well, almost. Start and end your trips by getting a Metro Bike at any of the over 220 bike share stations in LA County in these service areas: Downtown… Read more »
Metro Bike Share is for everyone, whether you are running an errand or heading to work! Locals and visitors alike are able to hop on a bike and ride, provided… Read more »
The Metro Bike Share system makes bikes available 24/7, 365 days a year in Downtown LA, Central LA, Hollywood, North Hollywood and on the Westside. Metro Bike Share offers convenient round-the-clock… Read more »
It’s easy! 1. Click on “Sign up” to create account. 2.Enroll into preferred pass type with your credit or debit card. 3.Use the Metro Bike Share app to unlock a bike…. Read more »
Yes! The Metro Bike Share app is available for download on Google Play and App Store. For more information click here.
Metro Bike Share bikes are available 24 hours a day, everyday. However, the Metro Bike Share system may be forced to close during inclement weather or other major events. If… Read more »
If a Metro Bike Share station is full, you must find an open dock at another station and return the bike. Both the app and website map provide real-time information about the number… Read more »
If there are no bikes at your station, use the app or the website station map to locate an available bike at the next closest station. Both the app and… Read more »
Helmet use when using Metro Bike Share is strongly encouraged but not required by law for adults. Minors under 18 are required to wear a helmet by law.