Topeka KS launches bike share program - WU Review Online

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“Topeka Metro Bikes is a bikeshare system launching in Topeka on April 15, 2015. The system will make 100 bicycles available for short-term rental throughout Topeka," said

Karl Fundenberger, Director of Bicycle Operations at Topeka Metro.

Membership each year will cost $25 for residents and $20 for Washburn students, faculty, and staff. Members will be able to use the bicycles for up to two hours every day.

“Washburn will be host to about 25 bicycles, spread across campus bike racks and a few Topeka Metro Bikes stations," Fundenberger said. "Any member can use the website,, or the mobile application, to find the nearest bike and reserve it. The bikes have a built-in lock and GPS unit, so they’re always easy to locate, and they can be locked up at any bike rack in the city.”


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