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TULSA BIKE SHARE

Tulsa Bike Share, a public-private partnership developed over the last 3 years, is launching Phase 1 of their smart bike-sharing system, This Machine, including 160 bikes and 25 stations in downtown Tulsa and along Route 66.

Phase 2 of This Machine’s service will expand the network into the Pearl District, Kendal Whittier, SOBO District, Cherry Street, Brookside and the Gathering Place. By providing a network of bicycles that can be rented on-demand from stations located around the city, it will change the way we move about and experience our community.

The mission of Tulsa Bike Share is to transform our community by providing a high quality, convenient and affordable bicycle transit system that will connect people to more places where they live, work, and play in the region.

Tulsa Bike Share is a partner of Saint Francis Tulsa Tough, a 501c3 which shares a passion for promoting bike culture, as well as the George Kaiser Family Foundation, Chapman Family Trust, the City of Tulsa, and the Indian Nation Council of Governments.

We’ve got something for everyone from commuters to fitness enthusiasts, or urban dwellers to tourists. Rent, ride, and then repeat.

TEAM

Katie Sawicki, Executive Director

Alana Tipton, Fleet Manager

Dustin Danley, Fleet Technician

Sam Harrell, Fleet Technician

 

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Chair: Jane Ziegler, Indian Nation Council of Governments (INCOG): Transportation Planner

Vice Chair: Sue Bunday, Non-Profit Civic Service

Treasurer: Stephen Lassiter, Bicycle Pedestrian Advisory Committee Representative

Secretary: David Wilson, William K. Warren Foundation

Malcolm McCollam, Saint Francis Tulsa Tough: Executive Director Tulsa Tough

Gary Hamer, City of Tulsa: Capital Planning & Grants Manager

Ann Domin, Indian Nation Council of Governments (INCOG): Deputy Director

Larry Mitchell, Bicycle/Pedestrian Advisory Committee: Vice Chair

Monica Barczak, St. John Foundation: Director of Indigent Healthcare Funding

Brian Kurtz, City of Tulsa, Downtown Coordinating Council: Executive Director

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