FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (KFTA) – The VeoRide team has worked with the University of Arkansas and city of Fayetteville to align its service areas to rebalance the plan to meet demand on campus and around the city.
A little more than one month after launch, the VeoRide bike share program has been used by more than 16,500 people, covering over 6,000 miles ridden in Fayetteville.
The hubs are located at highpoints on campus and in downtown that also have abundant bike parking and demonstrated high rates of use.
The in-app map indicates the location of the 340 bikes available in town. Riders will also be able to reliably find bikes at these hubs and enjoy riding to destinations anywhere within the service area.
The redesign primary service area will allow for a greater density of bikes on the University of Arkansas campus in downtown Fayetteville and around many of the most popular bike routes in Fayetteville.
For a list of the hubs and more information about VeoRide, click here.