Link bike share program gets rolling

Link bike share ribbon cutting in downtown Dayton. (WDTN Photo/Kris Sproles)
Link bike share ribbon cutting in downtown Dayton. (WDTN Photo/Kris Sproles)

DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) – Dayton’s bike share program is rolling.

An official ribbon cutting for Link was held at Courthouse Square Tuesday. The inaugural ride was led by Dayton Mayor Nan Whaley.

“Link is an example of the City of Dayton’s continued effort to support programs that make us a more bike-friendly community. We are committed to a more active community, and what you see today is the result of what we can accomplish when community partners work together toward a common goal,” said Mayor Whaley.

225 bikes will be available to rent at 24 stations around the city.

You can pay each time you ride or purchase a membership.

Visit Link on line to learn more.

Our Tara Hastings takes you on the first ride around town on FIVE on 2 at 5.

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