New Camden Bike Share program officially launched

May 1, 2018

The pilot program, which will run through September, is a result of a partnership formed by the Coopers Ferry Partnership [CFP], Rutgers Voorhees Transportation Center and ofo, a Beijing-based bicycle sharing company, to encourage alternative modes of transportation throughout the city.

The Camden Bike Share demonstration is being implemented to complement a feasibility study of bike share in Camden, which has been funded by the William Penn Foundation.

TapintoCamden, May 1, 2018

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