Bike-sharing program in Rochester to launched
The City of Rochester will launch its new bike-share program on Thursday, according city release. Mayor Warren will join the program's vendor, Zagster, for the launch Thursday morning.
According to the release, the city will also announce new "bicycle-related community event series" that will begin this summer. In order to use the bike-sharing program, riders must use the Zagster app to unlock a bike from a station -- which are placed across the area. Riders can then take the bike to another station in the city. Zagster charges riders $1 per 30 minutes to use the bikes.