Columbia’s Zagster bike share program has expanded to the Manhattanville campus.
June 14, 2017
Launched in 2016 with three stations at the Morningside campus, Columbia’s bike share program has logged over 3,000 trips in 12 months. This month, we have added a fourth station and six bikes at the Manhattanville campus, bringing the number of bikes in the program to 20.
The new station is on the north side of Manhattanville’s Jerome L. Greene Science Center. Columbia’s Zagster bike share program is great for intercampus business trips, recreational riding, or running short errands around the neighborhood. This expanded station network provides the University’s members with more sustainable travel options and is part of Columbia’s Sustainability plan and the Sustainable Columbia movement. Check out all your sustainable commute and travel options at Columbia Transportation online.
Some additional details about the bike share program:
Columbia has about 250 Zagster members, who log roughly 300 bike trips per month