The Stockton Mobility Collective’s bikesharing program will provide Stockton residents access to 100 electric-assist smart bikes at multiple stations across Stockton. The locations will be based on cost, visibility, and community input. The San Joaquin Regional Transit District (SJRTD) will work with Mobility Development Foundation, a nonprofit bike sharing/bike program provider, to manage the program.
When will the bicycles be ready for use?
The bikeshare program is set to launch in 2023. Residents should be able to ride the e-bikes beginning in March 2023.
How many bicycles will there be?
Bikeshare aims to provide access to a hundred (100) electric-assist smart bikes that will be distributed among approximately twelve (12) stations that’ll host five (5) to twelve (12) bikes per station.
Where will the bicycles be?
The area for the Stockton Mobility Collective includes a significant portion of Stockton, centered in Downtown Stockton and including major north-south transportation corridors connecting residents across the city to services, resources, shopping, schools, and jobs. Stations will primarily be located in historically underserved neighborhoods where mobility challenges are well documented and where there’s the greatest need. Because of that need, these are also neighborhoods with the greatest potential interest and participation in using the new services. We have identified some key locations that work well for a bikesharing system and continue to seek out station-hosting partnerships with the city of Stockton, public agencies, organizations, business owners, and residents.
If you're interested in becoming a station site host, contact Christine Corrales, email@example.com or (209) 235-0128.
|Mobility Development Partners will serve as the bikesharing project lead and oversee the launch and operations of the project. MDP supports the launch and growth of community-controlled mobility programs with work centered on the development, deployment, and operation of electric carshare, bikeshare, and volunteer transportation networks across the United States. These networks are often structured through public or local nonprofit ownership that allows MDP to focus on broadening service to communities that would otherwise go unserved.|
|San Joaquin Regional Transit District is the regional transit provider for San Joaquin County, serving Stockton and San Joaquin County with intercity, interregional, and rural transit services. Those services include RTD’s Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) Express, intercity/county Hopper, Van Go! on-demand, and commuter services. RTD’s mission is to provide a safe, reliable and efficient transportation system for the region and strives to be the transportation service of choice for the residents it serves. RTD will serve as the bikeshare lead for the implementation of the project.|