If you’re tired of walking or busing to shows and events around the city, then get ready for some good news.
Seattle’s new Alaska Airlines-sponsored bike share program, Pronto! Emerald City Cycle Share, will roll out this fall. The bike share program will allow people with a pre-paid membership (or just a daily pass) to rent bikes from a number of stations located throughout the city. Seattle would the latest city to get a bike share program, joining Denver, Washington D.C. and San Francisco, among others.
The bike share program allows people a fast and cheap mode of transportation. The program is sure to be especially popular in Capitol Hill and South Lake Union neighborhoods.
You can read more about the program at CBS Seattle.