Bike-Sharing Program Opens in Gloucester Township

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GLOUCESTER TOWNSHIP, N.J. -

A South Jersey town kicked off a new program on Wednesday, August 16th, to bring the community together and make getting fit a little easier.

Officials in Gloucester Township launched the new Bike Share Program, which will allow residents to ride bikes for free by signing up through an app on their phone.

Once they are registered, residents secure their bikes with a credit card to ensure they're returned to the 10-unit bicycle kiosk.

The new initiative was made possible through an open-space grant.

Gloucester Twp. will follow in the footsteps of nearby Camden, Pennsauken, and Collingswood, municipalities that all have bike-sharing programs of their own.

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