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Zagster Brings Pilot Bike Share Program to BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport

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Zagster Brings Pilot Bike Share Program to BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport

Zagster, a company that provides turnkey bike sharing services, has partnered with BWI Marshall to provide bicycles to travelers, employees and members of the public. A total of 10 self-serve, reservable bikes are now available outside the airport’s International Terminal, near the BWI Marshall Airport Light Rail stop. Zagster riders pay a daily rate of $5 for up to 12 hours of use. Customers may also purchase a monthly pass for $15 or an annual pass for $50.

Riders can use the bicycles by downloading the Zagster Mobile App, available for iPhone and Android, or online at www.zagster.com. To use the Mobile App, riders simply enter the bike’s unique ID number they wish to use, and an access code for the lock box is provided. Riders may use the code throughout the duration of their rental to lock and unlock the bike anywhere along their trip. Once the bike is returned to the Zagster location at BWI Marshall, the touch of a button ends the rental and releases the bike for the next rider.

BWI Marshall offers a 12.5 mile scenic outdoor trail that encircles the Airport property. The BWI Trail, which was completed in 1994, is an outstanding recreational resource for visitors and the local community. BWI Marshall was the first major U.S. airport to offer a dedicated hiker-biker trail. The trail connects hikers, bicyclists, walkers and joggers to the Airport, community resources, public transportation and other area recreation facilities.

Zagster Brings Pilot Bike Share Program to BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport