The City of New Orleans is expanding bike share from the initial pilot in the French Quarter. Expect to see new stations popping up as early as december, continuing into early 2018 — of course, just in time for Mardi Gras.
Several stations will line St. Claude Avenue and Royal Street. Alvar Library and Flora Coffee Shop will each get a station, and several stations will line the edges of the French Quarter.
The blue bikes are managed by Social Bicycles in partnership with the City. The program costs $15/month for residents and just $1.67 for those who qualify for “low-income.”
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