TULSA, Okla. — Tulsa Bike Share announced the beginning of the "This Machine" program with a start date of July 27.
This Machine aims to make Tulsa a more bike-friendly city by placing bike share stations throughout downtown.
Phase one of the plan includes two dozen bike stations around downtown Tulsa, stretching east along Route 66 to the University of Tulsa.
Users will be able to rent the bikes in a variety of ways. The program offers single use, weekend, monthly and annual plans.
A single 30 minute bike ride will cost $2 with $1 for each additional 15 minutes. Monthly plans are $20 and annual plans are $100. Learn more about pricing here.
This Machine is a partner of Saint Francis Tulsa Tough, the George Kaiser Family Foundation, Chapman Family Trust, City of Tulsa and the Indian Nation Council of Governments.
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