The Indiana Pacers Bikeshare just announced major expansion planned for 2019! The bikeshare program, whose system of 29 stations is mostly focused within downtown area, plans to roll out 23 new stations next summer—some of which will be miles away from the Mile Square.
The $1.2 million project—to be funded largely with a federal grant—represents the first major expansion since the program launched with 25 stations in 2014. It will add stations for the first time in places as far as Broad Ripple, Garfield Park and the Newfields campus at West 38th Street and Michigan Road, along with several mixed-income and low-income neighborhoods near downtown.
When Pacers Bikeshare launched, its stations were mostly along the Cultural Trail—a dedicated greenway for bicyclists and pedestrians. This expansion takes a similar approach, with many of the new stations along or near the Monon Trail, the White River Trailbike share and the Central Canal Towpath.
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Original story found at IBJ.com.