Bike Chattanooga To Open New Bicycle Transit Station Friday

33rd Station Placed At 6thStreet And Pine Street

Thursday, November 21, 2013

The Bike Chattanooga Bicycle Transit System will celebrate the opening of its 33rd station, located at 6thStreet and Pine Street, when it opens on Friday. Located near the downtown YMCA, the new station allows easy access to Chestnut Street, where newly-installed bike lanes provide the public with a protected route running from the Southside to the Riverfront.

Philip Pugliese, director of the Active Living and Transportation Network, said, “This new location continues efforts to connect people to where they live, work, and play.  With access to Liberty Tower, the YMCA and The 300 apartment building, residents, tenants, and visitors can quickly reach points across downtown, the North Shore, and on the Southside.” 

Bike Chattanooga Bicycle Transit System offers residents and visitors the option to purchase a 24-hour access pass for $6, a 3-day access pass for $12, or an annual membership for only $75. A subscription to Bike Chattanooga allows riders unlimited number of trips from station to station, of less than 60 minutes duration, 24 hours, seven days per week, 365 days per year. 

For a full list of station locations visit the Bike Chattanooga website at bikechattanooga.com/stations or download Bike Chattanooga's official mobile application available for both Apple and Android platforms.


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