Zagster is thrilled to have been selected to provide a public bike share program to residents and visitors of Carmel, Indiana, voted the #1 place to live in America by Money Magazine. According to the city, entities such as Carmel Clay Parks, local hotels, shopping districts, corporate office parks, neighborhood associations and individual businesses will be able to establish their own connection points for what will become a city-wide active transportation network, funded by users and both public and private sectors.
The program will start with 16 city-friendly Breezer bikes, plus 6 three-wheelers.
“Carmel is proud to be recognized as a bicycle-friendly community and with our 90-plus roundabouts and 125 miles of multi-use paths, we have always placed a high value on transportation alternatives for both residents and visitors,”
said Mayor Jim Brainard.
Zagster's unique model enables the rapid deployment of bike sharing programs anywhere -- from apartment complexes to small cities. We are proud to partner with local businesses and governments to create mutually beneficial partnerships. We've always believed that bike sharing isn't just for a handful of big cities.
Together, with leaders like Jim Brainerd and others across the country, we're bringing the benefits of bike sharing to the masses.