Talk Around the Bublr - May
James Davies | May 31, 2022
Bublr is excited to announce that we now have complete integration with Transit App.
As multi-modal options continue to multiply and there are more ways to get around without a car than ever before it can be frustrating to have to download one or more apps for every type of service in every different city. Transit is available in more than 300 cities around the world, directly partnering with more than 100 transit agencies to ensure riders have all their options, from fare payment to on-demand transit, in one place. The app already uses more than 180 shared mobility feeds across 130 cities, with native payment integrations available for 12 systems across North America (and more on the way in the coming months).
People who have already downloaded Transit App and are familiar with using it from any of these places are able to easily use the Bublr System, without having to set up a new profile or re-enter their credit card information. Transit App is also the technology provider behind the first true Mobility as a Service system in the U.S. launched in Pittsburgh earlier this year. There, scooters, bikeshare, and transit are all now integrated and accessible with one app, Transit App. This new app integration will be available alongside Bublr’s existing app, which will continue to work for Bublr and other BCycle bikeshare systems.
Download Transit App and/or the BCycle App:
As a reminder! All bikes must be returned to a station to end your trip! You can use Transit App and/or the BCycle App to see if there are docks available at your destination. When you dock those bikes, also remember to really push them in, make sure they are docked, there should be a flashing green light, and a beep when you successfully dock a bike. If you've opted in you should also receive a confirmation text letting you know you have successfully returned the bike. Also as a reminder, when you check out a bike, you are agreeing to be responsible for up to the cost of the bike if you don't return it. You can read Bublr's End User License Agreement HERE.
Public Involvement Meeting - Howard Avenue Reconstruction
The City of Milwaukee Department of Public Works (DPW) and Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT) invite yo to attend a public involvement meeting for the proposed reconstruction project on Howard Avenue from South 6th Street to South Clement Avenue. Construction is now tentatively scheduled for 2024. At the open house meeting you can learn more about the project and scope of work as well as view preferred design alternative segments that will move forward into the final design.
Open House Meeting – In Person
Monday, June 6, 2022
5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Bay View Montessori School - Gymnasium
357 East Howard Avenue
Milwaukee, WI 53207
*Face masks are required. No firearms are allowed on MPS property.
If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact Samuel Medhin, DPW Project Manager, at (414) 286-0474 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Anyone who requires an auxiliary aid or service to participate in this City of Milwaukee event should contact the ADA Coordinator at 414-286-3475 or email@example.com
as soon as possible but no later than 72 hours before the scheduled event.
We've had an awesome first few Savvy Cycling Classes with our partners at VIA CDC and the Harbor District. Check out our other upcoming Savvy Cycling Classes and sign up here.
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