Bike Share

Overview

Sacramento Regional Bike Share

JUMP

Bike share is here.

JUMP has launched an all electric assist bike share system in the cities of Davis, Sacramento, and West Sacramento and will include Sac State and UC Davis. The first 300 bikes launched in mid May, and the remaining 600 bikes will roll out throughout the summer.

Bike share is here.

JUMP has launched an all electric assist bike share system in the cities of Davis, Sacramento, and West Sacramento and will include Sac State and UC Davis. The first 300 bikes launched in mid May, and the remaining 600 bikes will roll out throughout the summer.

Bike share is a membership based system that allows people to pick up a bike, ride to their destination, and leave it at a new location for a small fee. It makes it easier to get around town and there are no worries for buying and maintaining your own bike. The region’s bike share will also be electric, making it easier to go farther distances. 

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Addressing Equity One Issue at a Time
Engagement and Infrastructure Issue Briefs

The Sacramento region’s Bike Share is growing on a daily basis and has become a viable transportation choice to get around. The popularity of the system has shed light on the missing public infrastructure when it comes to the availability and location of bike racks though. There are barriers for all people when it comes to safe-cycling and bike-safe infrastructure but, it becomes a greater barrier for low-income communities and communities of color.

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Bike Share Hubs

300 electric pedal-assist bikes rolled out in May (190 in Sacramento, 50 in West Sacramento, and 60 in Davis) along with many parking “hubs”. An additional 600 bikes and additional hubs will be distributed and installed respectively throughout the cities during summer, to reach a full system of 900 bikes. 

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JUMP Bike Share System Launches

In May, the cities of Davis, Sacramento, and West Sacramento, in partnership with JUMP, have launched the largest pedal-assist bike share system in North America. The system launched with 300 electric-assist bikes spread across the three cities, and an additional 600 bikes will be rolled out throughout the summer. 

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Bike Share Launches May 17

300 electric pedal-assist bikes will roll out on May 17 with 190 in Sacramento, 50 in West Sacramento, and 60 in Davis. An additional 600 bikes will be distributed throughout the cities during summer, to reach a full system of 900 bikes

The bikes will be distributed at a variety of hub locations throughout the cities and can be used within the system boundaries. 

The launch of bike share will be celebrated by two events: 

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Tower Bridge Bike Share Preview

The Tower Bridge Preview system has been in place since May 2017. JUMP has been operating and managing the system.

Since May 2017, many people have enjoyed the system for fun and work, riding for meetings, lunch and dinner, and just for fun!

The cost for the preview system is $4 an hour, prorated to the minute. A monthly pass costs $15.