Indego Bike Share is an initiative of the oTIS as the city’s newest form of public transportation. The City owns and manages Indego’s 100 stations and 1,000 bikes with the support of Philadelphia-based operator Bicycle Transit Systems. The City launched Indego in April 2015 with 70 stations and 700 bikes, and will continue adding to the system in the coming years.

The City of Philadelphia created Indego with an explicit focus on social equity. These efforts are supported by the Better Bike Share Partnership. Through station planning, supportive programming, pricing, and marketing, oTIS is committed to breaking down barriers that might keep Philadelphians and visitors alike from accessing Indego as an affordable, healthy, and convenient mode of transportation and recreation. As of April 2016, residents with a PA ACCESS card can sign up for a discounted membership at only $5/month. For more information about Indego bike share, please go to

Community organizations or businesses interested in hosting an Indego station should contact Aaron Ritz ( 215-686-9000).

Indego is proudly sponsored by Independence Blue Cross.

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