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Bike Share to Deploy Sunday

As spring returns, so does Great Rides Bike Share. The popular transportation service activates Sunday following docking station installations at North Dakota State and in downtown Fargo. The system returns five days earlier this season due to pleasant weather,…

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Bike Share to Deploy Early

Great Rides Bike Share is returning a little earlier than expected. The popular transportation service went into winter hibernation Nov. 1. Following station installments to come over North Dakota State’s March 14-18 spring break, the system will be user-ready…

a student using the bike share

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Great Strides for Great Rides

Thursday will be a landmark day for Great Rides Bike Share. But nearly every day has seen some record broken. The economical bike sharing program will not only hit its 100,000th checkout Thursday, but the day will see the…

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A Message from Student Government

Every student has an idea on how to improve campus and make it a better place for everyone. Members of Student Government have decided to take that next step and make those ideas a reality, for example, the new…

Fargo’s latest transportation program is quickly becoming its most prominent. Great Rides Bike Share, which took off March 15, has shattered all expectations as far as its projected success and use. The program’s economic and transportation convenience has especially succeeded…

Bike Share Continues to Roll On

The MAT buses are no longer filled tighter than a can of sardines since the installation of the Bike Share program. Green bikes rolling around all over campus shows just how well received the program has been by North…

MAT buses rumbled along loudly as the metro’s mayors assembled near the Memorial Union transit hub Thursday afternoon. The mayors of Fargo, West Fargo, Moorhead and Dilworth, alongside President Dean Bresciani, discussed buses and bikes in celebration of Stand Up for…

North Dakota State students have been breaking records with their widespread use of the new bike share program. Student government and Great Rides Bike Share did not expect such a tremendous response from the students initially. Almost 3,000 students have activated…

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How To: Use Bike Share

Three years after the idea was hatched, Bike Share fully launched without a hitch last week. Touted on the student government website as the first campus in the world “with an integrated card access bike sharing program,” 11 docks…