Bike-sharing continues to grow in New Jersey

May 16, 2018

This is the second dockless program in the state, after Camden announced its $1 per hour program with Beijing-based ofo last month.

“We’re so glad to be working with the Voorhees Transportation Center at Rutgers and ofo to help us showcase Camden as a strong candidate for a bike share as a potential future investment,” said Kris Kolluri, CEO and president of the Cooper’s Ferry Partnership. “In addition to creating jobs and boosting the local economy, the Camden Bike Share could ultimately contribute to easing traffic congestion, reducing carbon emissions, and saving energy.”, May 16, 2018

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