Two girls riding on Mobi by Shaw Go bikes

Mobi, our public bike share system

Photograph by Kateland Clarke

Mobi app: find and pay

Download the Mobi app:

Vancouver’s public bike share system – Mobi by Shaw Go – launched summer 2016. 

With bicycles located across the network at secure, easy-to-use docking stations, Mobi by Shaw Go offers a convenient, comfortable, flexible, and affordable way to get around.

By fall 2017, Mobi by Shaw Go had 125 stations, over 1,200 bikes, and over 650,000 trips covering over 2 million kilometres.

Mobi is available by purchasing a 24-hour, 90 day, or 365 day pass . The rates are best suited for short rides, while those looking for longer rides will find better rates at local bike rental shops .

Mobi by Shaw Go is operated by Vancouver Bike Share Inc., a division of CycleHop Canada.

Learn more and sign up

What's happening

Mobi is expanding east to Commercial Drive 

The first stations east of Main St are planned for installation this spring. The expansion includes 500 new bikes and 50 new stations.

Stations will be installed throughout the spring and are expected to be completed in summer 2018. The expansion covers the area between Main St and Victoria Dr, East 16th Ave to the south, and the waterfront to the north. 

Goals of bike sharing

In addition to providing people with a healthy transportation option, public bike share systems can help:

  • Extend the reach of transit and walking trips
  • Reduce the need for personal vehicle trips
  • Encourage greater interest in cycling, and increase cycling ridership

A public bike share system aligns with our Transportation 2040 Plan and Greenest City Action Plan objectives of making cycling a viable, sustainable transportation option.

What to know as a rider

Creating the network

In depth

Read about the progress and developments with the Mobi initiative.

Learn more

Sponsor the bike share

Public bike share sponsorship opportunities are available.

vancouverbikeshare
@scoreinc.ca

Contact the bike share project team

publicbikeshare
@vancouver.ca

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