Denver is Officially Lyft’s Most Multimodal City

Lyft is launching a new bike and scooter program in partnership with the City of Denver! This also means that Denver is now the first city to feature Lyft’s bikes, scooters, in-app transit ticketing, rideshare, and rentals, all available through the app!

Denver is Officially Lyft’s Most Multimodal City

What does this mean? 

We are committed to building partnerships with cities to vastly expand the more environmentally friendly micromobility options available to their residents. Partnering with the City of Denver as they become our most multimodal city fulfills our shared goals and vision for improving mobility and equity, and addressing climate change.

“Through this partnership with the city, we are excited to bring even more mobility options to Denver to help reduce congestion and emissions,” said Patrick Quintana, General Manager, Lyft Bikes & Scooters in Denver. “Denver already knows and loves Lyft scooters, and we’re excited to now offer all modes to the community via the Lyft app. Riders will be able to access ebikes, scooters, RTD passes, and rideshare all with just a few taps.”

Transportation as a Service

Lyft will be offering 5,280 residents of the “Mile High City” free annual Lyft Pink memberships, with some lucky riders gaining early access to the annual Lyft Pink membership in the coming weeks.  Members receive significant discounts on bike and scooter rides, rideshare discounts, car rental benefits and free food delivery through a partnership with Grubhub when they want to stay at home. It offers an elevated Lyft experience with preferred pricing to enable riders to unlock all Denver has to offer.  Lyft Pink annual memberships will also be available for purchase.  

Lyft and the Denver community

We are committed to advancing transportation equity and will deploy at least 30 percent of our fleet into designated Opportunity Areas, or areas that have traditionally been underserved. We’re also providing discounted Community Passes for low income riders, and are partnering with the city’s leading advocates for transportation equity, Mile High Connects and the Denver Regional Mobility Access Council, to support enrollment.

What’s Next?

Today we’re launching our ebikes into the Denver market, alongside an expanded scooter fleet. We look forward to providing the Denver community with another convenient and environmentally friendly option for getting around. In the coming weeks, we look forward to adding our new e-stations to give riders an easy and convenient place to pick up or drop off their bike or scooter.

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