Whether or not you’re working on Friday, May 15, you’ll have the opportunity to commute between destinations for free on all Metro
, Transit Authority of Northern Kentucky (TANK)
and Clermont Transportation Connection
buses so long as you bring along a bicycle.
Vehicles are equipped with bike racks on the fronts of buses, so riders are encouraged to take advantage of environmentally friendly modes of transit in celebration of Bike to Work Day 2015.
“Biking and riding Metro is the perfect way to travel for those who want to bike for part of their commute and finish their trip on transit or just get to the top of one of Cincinnati's many hills,” says Brandy Jones, public relations manager for Cincinnati Metro. “It's also an environmentally responsible way to get around, which supports Metro's sustainability effort and encourages an overall healthier lifestyle.”
Since 2011, both Metro and TANK have been recognized as “bike friendly destinations” for riders, as the public transit authorities are not only advocates for biking and riding but also supporters of improvements for infrastructure.
If you have access to a bike and have somewhere to go but have never transported it via public transit, don’t let that stop you. Jones says it’s an easy process that your driver will be more than happy to help with should you need assistance.
“Bike to Work Day is a great way for anyone who's curious about combining the two transportation options to try it out risk free,” Jones says. “Our bike racks are fast and easy to use, and we hope bicycle commuters will take advantage of the free ride on May 15 and give biking and riding a try.”
• Grab your bicycle and take advantage of free rides on public transit Friday, May 15.
• Celebrate National Bike Month
throughout May by going for a ride.
• Connect with Metro on Facebook