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BIKETOWN

BIKETOWN is Portland's new bike share system with 1,000 bikes at 100 stations across the central city and close-in neighborhoods.

BIKETOWN at Portland State

PSU hosts four bike share stations, with several more in close proximity.

On-campus locations:

Click on the image to the right for an interactive map of all BIKETOWN stations or download the app for iPhone or Android.

 

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Pricing Options

Discounted PSU Student Annual Membership:

  • Cost: $5/month
  • Includes 90 min. of ride time per day and unlimited trips 
  • Must be a current PSU student with a valid @pdx.edu email address
  • Discounted rate requires an annual commitment

STUDENT SIGN UP

 

Discounted PSU Staff and Faculty Membership:

  • Cost: $8/month
  • Includes 90 min. of ride time per day and unlimited trips 
  • Must be a current PSU staff or faculty member with a valid @pdx.edu email address
  • Discounted rate requires an annual commitment

EMPLOYEE SIGN UP

Other pricing options:

  • $2.50/trip: up to 30 min. of riding time
  • $12/day: 3 hours of riding time and unlimited trips in a 24-hr period
  • $12/month (general public rate): includes 90 min. of ride time per day and unlimited trips 

More pricing details and sign up information can be found on the BIKETOWN site

How It Works

The BIKETOWN system is designed with convenience in mind, for quick trips with no need to wait for traffic or transit -- just hop on and go! 

Using BIKETOWN is super easy:

1. Join and choose your plan.
2. Unlock a bike using your 6-digit account number or Member Card and your 4-digit PIN.
3. Ride! Place the U-lock in the holster before you take off.
4. Lock it up. To end your ride, lock your bike to any BIKETOWN station. You can also lock it to a public rack nearby for a small fee.

Here's a little video explaining how to check out and return a BIKETOWN bike.

BIKETOWN + Transit

BIKETOWN is a great tool for transit users to help them extend the reach of transportation options, making trips by bus or train more accessible, and one-way bike/transit trips possible. Click here for some great tips from TriMet on how to incorporate BIKETOWN into your transit plans.

Adaptive BIKETOWN 

Adaptive BIKETOWN is Portland’s adaptive bike rental program. The program’s goal is to increase biking access for people with disabilities. Discounted rental rates are available to individuals who qualify for a TriMet Honored Citizens Pass (people with disabilities, Medicare recipients, and seniors age 65 and over) or for others who self-identify that they are unable to ride a traditional two-wheeled bicycle, whether due to injury, illness or ability. Visit the Adaptive BIKETOWN website for more information. 

 Have more questions? Feel free to contact us or check out BIKETOWN's FAQ page.