Fort Worth BCycle By the Numbers

Fort Worth really wants to ride its BCycle.

Fort Worth’s BCycle system expanded to 46 locations in June when a station opened at the Ella Mae Shamblee Branch Library. “The Rosedale and Evans Urban Village, and the library specifically, is a gathering place for the community, and we hope that having a station there will encourage residents in the area to get out and ride,” said Kristen Camareno, Fort Worth Bike Sharing executive director. The library, located off of Evans Avenue near U.S. Highway 287, is one of only two BCycle stations on the east side of Interstate 35W. The other was the first location of Fort Worth BCycle at the T Offices at East Lancaster and Pine Street. Since that launch in 2013, Fort Worth BCycle has rapidly grown — the nonprofit saw a 34 percent increase in ridership in 2016 alone. We checked in with the team to see what other impressive stats they could wheel out.
Numbers reflect data as of June 28, 2017.