ToleGO Bike Share Program Reopens to Toledoans

Daily Dose  |  06/26/2020 9:00 am

ToleGO announced today it will reopen its bike share program to riders after a temporary pause in service. Effective today, the bikes will be available for essential trips and recreational use while practicing social distancing guidelines.

Toledoans can download the Sobi app in the Apple App Store or Google Play Store to start riding. Riders can access bikes to pay as you go at $3 for 30 minutes or through a monthly subscription for $15 or annual subscription for $69. 

ToleGO bike share is adhering to all CDC guidelines to reduce the risk of exposure to COVID-19. The company has established new protocols to keep riders safe:

  • Implemented enhanced, and more frequent, cleaning of bikes using CDC-approved disinfectants
  • Briefed all employees on proper hygiene practices as recommended by the CDC
  • Made hand sanitizer and disinfectant products readily available in the warehouse
  • Ensured employees use hand sanitizer when retrieving and/or rebalancing bikes
  • Recommends all riders use hand sanitizer or proper handwashing practices before and after riding
  • Encourages riders to wear personal protective equipment like face masks while riding

ToleGO bike share is committed to keeping riders safe and will continue to keep its bikes on the streets as a form of essential travel, as long as transportation systems continue to be deemed safe by local and state government.

For more information on ToleGO bike share, visit