Bike Share ICT

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Plans for Bike Share ICT to more than double in size should be complete in the coming weeks.

Two dozen bike stations and 100 new bikes will debut this fall at locations around the city, including Wichita State University, the Sedgwick County Zoo and the Great Plains Nature Center, the city announced.

The bike share program is a collaboration between the city and numerous community partners. To use a bike, riders download the Bike Share ICT app and choose their rental plan. Each bike has a unique number that when entered opens the bike’s lockbox.

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Last year’s Open Streets ICT event was the busiest day in Bike Share ICT’s short history.

And the bike sharing service is preparing for more of the same this year.

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Almost a year old, Wichita’s bike share program has found success around the downtown area. Now, it's looking at where to go next.

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The City of Wichita has launched a new downtown bike-share program.