Link: Dayton Bike Share – a program of Bike Miami Valley and the Greater Dayton RTA – will launch seven new bike hubs on Wednesday, May 5 (which also happens to be the 6th anniversary of the launch of Link in our community!) Under the new system for Link, which debuted late last year, the hubs are designated locations where users can check out and return bikes using the Link app. Support from the City of Dayton, CareSource and Five Rivers MetroParks made the expansion possible, said Bike Miami Valley Director Laura Estandia. Two of the new downtown Dayton hubs will be located near CareSource campus buildings, and will be sponsored by the downtown-based business as a way for CareSource to show their commitment to the health and vitality of downtown and to offer employees a safe and convenient transportation option when workers return back to the downtown offices, said Dan McCabe, CareSource Chief Administrative Officer and CEO of the CareSource Foundation. Link bikes can be unlocked in the app for a pay-as-you-go ride, for a daily pass rate, or with a 90-day or annual membership.
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