MEDFORD, Mass. (WBZ NewsRadio) — The Bluebikes program expanding even further into the greater Boston area.
Medford and Malden are joining the Bluebike program and will host six new Bluebike stations across the two cities. Bike stations can be found in Medford in Tufts Square, Brooks Park, and Medford Square, while the Malden stations will be at the Malden Center MBTA station, Malden High School, and the Northern Strand Community Trail at Main Street.
Medford Mayor Breanna Lungo-Koehn said she was excited to offer this new service to the city's residents.
“Introducing access to Bluebikes in Medford helps further connect our city and makes biking a feasible way to reach neighborhoods and destinations in Medford and across the region,” Mayor Lungo-Koehn said. “With four stations now located throughout Medford, we’ve expanded green public transportation options for our residents, students, workers, and visitors while also promoting sustainable forms of transit and reducing our reliance on passenger vehicles."
The Bluebikes program is now available in 13 cities in and around Boston, including Cambridge, Newton, and Revere. The system is owned jointly by all participating cities and is operated by Lyft.