Company launches bike rental program in Baton Rouge
BATON ROUGE - Baton Rouge has a new bike share program.
Gotcha has launched 500 GPS-enabled e-bikes across 50 mobility hubs throughout the area, including locations at LSU and Southern University.
“We’re excited to provide a convenient and efficient form of micro-transit for the city of Baton Rouge, Louisiana State University, and Southern University,” said Sean Flood, CEO and founder of Gotcha. “We hope to replace the use of single-occupant cars with e-bikes as a new mode of transportation that’s healthy and environmentally friendly.”
Riders can use the Gotcha app to locate the bikes at mobility hubs within the city. People can use a variety of payment options to ride on a daily, monthly, or annual basis.
The company said the program will expand to 800 bikes and 80 mobility hubs over the next two years.
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