Tarleton State University students will have an easier time getting around campus this fall, thanks to a new bike-share program. It rolls out– literally– the first week of the fall semester and includes 35 bikes at six locations on the Stephenville campus.
The bike-share program provides a safe and sustainable alternative transportation for the university community, by way of a partnership with Zagster, a leading provider of bike-sharing services on college and university campuses nationwide.
A collaborative effort between the Division of Student Life and the Recreational Sports Department– which will oversee the bike-share program– supports the university’s goal of creating a more sustainable campus, according to Daron Trussell, associate director of recreational sports.
Riders can checkout a bike for free for up to three hours.
Source: Local News