Philadelphia’s bike sharing system, Indego Bike Share, recently turned two, and the results of the system continue to be encouraging.
According to Indego, in April 2017, the system had reached 1.2 million trips. Thirty new stations and 300 new bikes were installed thanks to support of the William Penn Foundation. A new Indego30 Access Pass has been created for EBT cardholders. And the Bicycle Coalition of Greater Philadelphia, as part of our partnership with the system, has held more than 70 bicycling education classes and 58 community rides.
That’s pretty great. But there’s more. Indego is expanding in June to more neighborhoods, with 14 new stations. Here’s where they’ll be:
Grays Ferry and Pemberton
40th and Woodland, Trolley Portal
38th and Spruce
38th and Market
30th Street Station East
20th and Market
12th and Callowhill
Thompson and Palmer, Adaire School
Frankford and Master, Lutheran Settlement House
8th and Mifflin, Bok Building
15th and Castle, DiSilvestro Playground
Passyunk and Broad
27th and Schuylkill, CHOP
25th and Locust
We will be updating our bike maps page soon with all these new stations.