10 results for tag: B-cycle
We’re glad to announce that we’ve brought BCycle systems back to Spotcycle! The bike share vendors, operators and stakeholders of the North American Bike Share Association (NABSA) have worked together to help make bike share systems a more integral part of the public transport network and making bike share more accessible. In fall of 2015, industry representatives under NABSA developed the General Bikeshare Feed Specification (GBFS), an open standard used to deliver real-time bike share data feeds in an open, standardized format that makes it easier for mapping and transportation based application to incorporate the data into their ...
We’d like to offer our sincerest apologies to our B-Cycle bike share users while we are working out the temporary kinks with the data. We’re actively working with the folks at B-Cycle to get their data back up and running on Spotcycle so please bear with us while we do. We want to make sure our B-Cycle bike share users are not left in the lurch for any extended length of time. Meanwhile, follow us on Twitter @Spotcycle to stay in the loop.
The Spotcycle family recently got bigger with the addition of two more bike shares: Fort Worth and Greenville are B-Cycle's newest schemes. Cyclists in Fort Worth can take advantage of the 300 bikes docked at 28 stations around Cowtown (whose bike share was officially launched on Earth Day this past Monday). These stations are located mostly in Downtown, Near South Side and in the Cultural District, with more to be added throughout the summer. With 28 bikes at its disposal, Greenville's newly launched six-station scheme helps locals get around downtown without having to worry about parking spots or meters. As for all new city support, there's ...
SLC Bike Share and WSU Green Bike are the latest bike share schemesa to be added to Spotcycle. Washington State University just brought out its 80 automated Green Bikes for the new season and can be rented out from stations at the Compton Union Building, Student Recreation Center, Valley Road Playfields, and Grimes Playfields. Salt Lake City's B-cycle scheme is Utah's first automated bike share, and the 10-station scheme was inaugurated just this past week. With over 100 bikes, getting around downtown SLC just got easier now that rider can use Spotcycle to check up on stations, bikes and bike docks!
Folks in Music City can now make the most of their B-cycle bike share! Spotcycle has added the newly inaugurated Nashville B-cycle to its list of supported cities. This system boasts 20 stations nestled in the the downtown area with a total of about 190 bikes. Best all, there's no need to download anything if you already have Spotcycle! But just in case you don't have it already, get it here.
The newest bike share scheme to join Spotcycle's roster is Charlotte B-Cycle in North Carolina. Our app now supports Queen City's 200 bicycles on 20 bike stations set up in and around Uptown Charlotte. Now, bike share users can join the long-time Charlotte cyclists by taking advantage of the 60+ miles (96+ km) of bike paths and lanes scattered throughout the city (soon to be supported by Spotcycle as well).
The B-Cycle bike share schemes just added Kansas City to their roster of cities! Naturally, Spotcycle's support has followed suit -- starting today, Spotcycle users can take on downtown Kansas City in full stride. It is a transparent update so there's no need to download any updates for your smartphone. (Or, if you haven't already, you can always download the Spotcycle app for free).