More than 9,000 people have used the bike share program since it launched in Bellevue in the summer of 2018. The city wants to know what you think about the program and how they can improve the Bellevue bike share experience.
The bicycles have been available throughout the city to use in bike lanes, sidewalks and streets. They are exclusively electric-assisted and can go as fast as 15 miles per hour. The bikes are owned and operated by Lime, who also manages a bike share program in Seattle. Lime’s permit has been extended to fall 2019 while evaluation of the pilot is completed.
There are two ways to provide feedback about the program. There is an online questionnaire which is live through November 15th. Individuals can also vote and comment on suggestions submitted by others as well as making suggestions of their own for convenient places to start and end bike share trips through the bike hub interactive map.
Users can start riding by unlocking a bike through the Lime mobile app. Trip costs vary by duration.
For more information, visit the City of Bellevue’s website.