Ohio State has picked a company to bring bike-sharing to Columbus campus students, the university announced Thursday.
Zagster, a Massachusetts-based bike-sharing company, operates programs at other schools as well, including Yale University, Duke University and Princeton University, according to an OSU press release.
The OSU bike-sharing program, a joint initiative between the university and Undergraduate Student Government, was announced in January.
It’s set to include 15 on-campus bike stations and 115 bicycles, the release said. It could launch as soon as this summer with full implementation by Fall Semester, “pending negotiations” between the university and Zagster, the release said.
Zagster is set to provide a variety of bicycles for use… Read more