The City of Bellevue is exploring the public's interest in privately run bike share services as part of the Pedestrian & Bicycle Implementation Initiative. Tell us what you think about bicycling in downtown Bellevue, your familiarity with bike share in other cities, and your interest in seeing bike share come to Bellevue. Take this short survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/BVUEBIKESHARE.
For more information about what bike share is, how it works, and the different kinds of programs now operating in more than 100 cities across the country, visit our PBII Bike Share webpage.
And, to learn more about the diverse array of bike share products offered by a variety of companies, including free-floating stationless bikes, e-assist bikes, and more, come to the Eastside Bike Share Vendor Fair on September 27 at Bellevue City Hall. Several bike share companies have expressed an interest in introducing bike share to Bellevue and will have representatives available to demo their products and answer questions. Staff from the Bellevue Transportation Department and its Eastside bike share partner jurisdictions will also be present to describe how bike share could expand local mobility options.
September 27, 2017
Bellevue City Hall
Concourse and Council Chamber