Bay Area Bike Share Stations Stocked and Ready for Launch Tomorrow

Market at 10th and Polk Streets, where the road striping was ##http://sf.streetsblog.org/2013/06/11/sfmta-new-curbside-space-at-market-and-10th-will-be-a-bike-share-station/##recently re-configured to set aside space## for the bike-share station. Photo: Bryan Goebel

This is it, folks: Bay Area Bike Share officially has a fleet in place for tomorrow’s launch. I know it’s tempting, but please refrain from trying to take the bikes out for a ride prematurely.

Here’s where you can catch the launch events with officials in four of the participating cities tomorrow morning:

  • San Francisco: 10:30 a.m. in front of 4th and King Caltrain Station
  • Palo Alto: 10 a.m. at University Ave. and Emerson Streets, in front of Palo Alto Bicycles
  • Mountain View: 10 a.m. in front of City Hall
  • San Jose: 10 a.m. in front of City Hall near the bike kiosks on Fourth Street
A station in front of SFMTA headquarters at Market and Van Ness. Photo: Bryan Goebel
Second Street at South Park. Photo: Tony Wessling

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