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Shared spokes now available

COLUMBUS, Ohio – Columbus is now home to an urban bike-share program.

City officials launched the CoGo Bike Share system yesterday, making several bike-borrowing stations available throughout downtown.

Supporters say the program will provide residents with a new and environmentally-friendly way to commute and explore the city.

The borrowing stations are located within the following boundaries:

COSI, 333 W. Broad St., to the west

Oak and Parsons in Olde Towne East to the east

Second and High Street in Short North, to the north

Schiller Park in German Village to the south

Members have unlimited access to the 30-station system, with the first 30 minutes of each ride for free. Annual membership sales are available for $75. Single 24-hour memberships are also an option for $6.

-Photo Credit: Rod Berry/Ohio Stock Photography

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