Green Apple Bikes

GAB establishes a new form of public transportation for Manhattan, Kansas. One that is healthy and safe, is environmentally friendly, accessible for all users, and financially sustainable to operate. 

Bike share is an important part of Manhattan’s integrated public transportation network, connecting communities to more destinations across the city. Bike sharing is ideal for short distances, allowing users the ability to pick up a bicycle at any “self-serve” station and return within 4 hours. Green Apple Bikes is not owned by any government or corporation. It is entirely run by a board of volunteers. Bicycle maintenance is provided by volunteers. The bicycles available for public use are 1-speed beach cruisers.

To learn more information, visit Green Apple Bikes website.
 

In Spring of 2017, the Flint Hills MPO, in concert with Green Apple Bikes and Kansas State University's College of Engineering, tracked a Green Apple Bike using GPS. Data was mapped and analyzed using GIS. View the report to see the where, when, and how often bike #601 traveled.

Background image by: ©bradmangasphoto.com 

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