Bike & Scooter Share
Request for Proposal
Cuyahoga County, in coordination with the City of Cleveland and Bike Cleveland, is soliciting proposals from a qualified consultant to:
- Develop recommendations for shared mobility network equipment, including a hub typology,
- Assign parking hub types to locations specified by participating municipalities;
- Complete graphic design for signage, stickers, and any other customizable elements included in the network equipment recommendations; and
- Create bid specification sheets to be used in procuring the necessary equipment.
Read the Request for Proposal for full proposal details including scope of work, requirements, timeline, and budget.
Please click here to view Questions and Answers Page for the RFP.
County Bicycle and Scooter Share Permit Application
On June 27, 2019, the Cuyahoga County Administrative Rules Board adopted rules for applying for and receiving a bicycle and scooter share vendor’s license. Download the license application.
Currently, the County has issued five licenses:
Our Department is currently collaborating with cities and municipalities of the County to expand the program outside of the City of Cleveland. If your city/municipality is interested, please contact our Department at firstname.lastname@example.org
Cleveland-Cuyahoga Bike Share Program
Cuyahoga County residents and visitors are able to have access to bicycles through self-service kiosk located throughout the community. Bike sharing is an environmental, economic and healthy way to get around town.
County bike share stations will be solar powered; bike sharing offers a transportation alternative that is virtually carbon neutral.
Relatively inexpensive compared to other transportation modes.
Biking reduces the risk of heart disease, stroke, and other chronic and life-threatening illnesses.