Capital BikeShare said so far this year, riders have completed nearly 700,000 trips. Capital BikeShare has more than 530 docking stations throughout the metro area with 4,3000 bikes.
For more than the occasional user, Capital BikeShare offers an $85 annual membership, which includes 365 days of unlimited 30-minute rides. One-day and three-day passes, popular with tourists and visitors, are $8 and $17, respectively.
Lyft bought Motivate, the company that operates Capital BikeShare, New York City’s Citi Bike and bike-sharing programs in several other cities last summer.
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