The Calgary bike share pilot program has, well, back-pedalled a bit. The vision of thousands of e-assist bikes cruising Calgary streets during phase two of the city’s dockless bike share pilot program just hasn’t come
Calgary drivers passing city cyclists can expect a stiff fine if they don’t leave enough space when the city’s safe passing bylaw takes effect Sept. 1. Earlier this year, the city approved a handful of
Some would describe it as the Wild West. Instead of horses and cowboy hats though, these folks have chargers and scooters. Since the City launched its shared electric scooter pilot project in July, more than
Move over Car2Go – the first shared bike services are expected to hit Calgary streets this week now that two operating permits for bike sharing companies have been issued. The City of Calgary announced the
Two companies will likely be part of the first phase of Calgary’s bike share pilot project, and they’ll be confined to the downtown area to start. Earlier this summer, city council approved the delivery of
Bike share companies have had their opportunity to review the rules and submit their application for Calgary’s upcoming two-year pilot program. Now the time has come to see who’s going to be pedalling into town.
Rules are now in place for potential Calgary bike share operators eyeing up the city for expansion of their dual-wheeled domains. The City’s Framework for Dockless Bike Share Pilot was opened Sept. 4 and interested