Explore Tucson on a Tugo
Tugo Bike Share launched on November 17, 2017 in Tucson. Tugo is made possible through a partnership with the City of Tucson, the system operator, Shift Transit, and the equipment provider, PBSC Urban Solutions. There are 330 bikes at 36 stations across 13 Tucson neighborhoods available 24/7, 365 days a year. The station locations were selected based on proximity to community resources, employment centers, and bike infrastructure, in consultation with partner agencies, community groups, and stakeholders. The Bike Share program is available to everyone 18 years and up.
Funding for the bikes and stations was provided by a federal grant. Ongoing operations are funded through a combination of user revenues and the generous support of our sponsors.
It's as easy as riding a bike!
Tugo offers several pass options to meet a variety of needs. The Daily Pass is available for visitors and other short-term users and can be purchased at the kiosk stations or on your smartphone by downloading the app. Monthly and Annual Passes are available for Tucson locals and long-term visitors and must be purchased on Tugo’s website. The Access Pass is an affordable option for individuals who receive state benefits.
Tugo System Data
How many people have signed up for Tugo memberships? When do they ride? How far do they go? Which stations are most popular? To answer these questions, Tugo provides bi-monthly operating reports:
- November 2018 Operations Report
- September 2018 Operations Report
- July 2018 Operations Report
- May 2018 Operations Report
- March 2018 Operations Report
- January 2018 Operations Report
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