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Pronto! Cycle Share – Belltown Community Planning Workshop

This coming Tuesday May 20th at 6:00PM, the Friends of Waterfront Seattle is hosting a workshop at Crocodile for Pronto! Cycle Share. Below is information on the event, and a link to the free sign-up page.


Pronto! Cycle Share is coming to a neighborhood near you and you get help select stations!

This fall, Seattle will join the ranks of Boston, Mexico City, Minneapolis, New York City, Oslo, Paris, San Antonio, Washington D.C. and many others in welcoming Pronto!—its very own cycle share system, sponsored by Alaska Airlines, presented by Puget Sound Bike Share and operated by Alta Bicycle Share. Between now and June 2, the community is invited to planning workshops that will help map where Pronto! stations will be located. These are taking place throughout the neighborhoods where the first phase of Pronto will launch.

Join us on May 20, 6PM, at The Crocodile for the Belltown Community Planning Workshop and free pizza! Following a brief overview of the system–including details about the program’s installation, membership opportunities, launch timeline, and ongoing operations–there will be a Q&A and breakout sessions where participants will provide input on station siting.

Friends of Waterfront Seattle is proud to sponsor the Belltown workshop. Key features for Seattle’s new central waterfront are a continuous 2-mile long, segregated and safe cycle track and share stations. Both of these will open up more transportation options for locals and tourists, and support physical and environmental health, which is why Friends is thrilled to help support the early phases of this fabulous, forward-thinking system.

 Pronto! Cycle Share – Belltown Community Planning Workshop Sign-up Page


1 Comment on "Pronto! Cycle Share – Belltown Community Planning Workshop"

  1. Lydia Heard | May 20, 2014 at 7:55 pm |

    Visit their station site input tool to vote on sites in Belltown. They have over 100 viable sites (blue) but will only open with 50. We want to be sure there are stations in Belltown!

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