Bay Wheels is being planned so it works for the communities it serves. Each station goes through a robust engineering and public outreach process before being issued a permit by our local partner agency.
We are committed to ensuring bike share is equitable, accessible, and reflects the diversity of the Bay Area. As part of this commitment, at least 20% of bikes in the Bay Wheels program will be located in MTC designated “communities of concern.”
View our station site guidelines to learn what makes a good location for a bike share station.
- Proposed Sites in San Francisco
- Support more bike share in your neighborhood:
- Proposed Sites in San Jose
- Tell us what you think of the proposed stations at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Proposed Sites in Emeryville
- The first phase of our expansion is nearly complete in Berkeley and Oakland. We are currently evaluating the network design and plan to bring more bikes in the future.
We believe in the value of community outreach. Our planning process has been shaped by hundreds of public workshops and meetings with community groups, merchant organizations, elected officials, neighbors, and other stakeholders. We want bike share stations to provide the most benefit to local communities.