Tallahassee is the first in a wave of cities to embrace the smarter way to go dockless: Pace. Albuquerque, N.M., Rochester, N.Y., Knoxville, Tenn. and Huntsville, Ala. are on track to join Pace by April 1, 2018, with dozens of other cities launching later in the year.
Zagster is on a mission to usher in a new era of urban mobility. Tallahassee is leading the charge with a lively cycling community, and now, with Pace Tallahassee, a dynamic, new dockless bike share service. Tallahassee has been a tremendous partner and is a pioneer in embracing a modern, dockless bike share service that we are confident will become the standard for cities and colleges across America.
Pace Tallahassee will feature 300 shared bikes and 50 Pace parking locations around the city. Riders can rent and return bikes from Pace racks or from any of the hundreds of public bike racks available throughout the city, enabling point to point trips while making sure bikes remain secure and orderly.
“We are very proud that the City of Tallahassee has become a true multi-modal community, including being named one of the most bike-friendly cities in the nation,” said Tallahassee Mayor Andrew Gillum. “The new bike share service is another step toward ensuring that all of our residents have easy access to bicycles for commuting, exercising, and touring our great city.”
To join Pace, riders simply download the free Pace Bike Share app, available in the App Store or Google Play. Riders find available bikes and parking locations in the app, and can unlock bikes at the touch of a button to get rolling in seconds. There is no membership fee to join Pace, and rides start at just $1 per half hour.