Bike share for the community, by the community

Designed by Bay Area residents

Ford GoBike is the Bay Area’s bike share program, connecting neighborhoods across San Francisco, San Jose and the East Bay. It has been planned in consultation with thousands of Bay Area residents, local agencies and elected officials to ensure that bike share works for the communities it serves. Ford GoBike will completely transform the way Bay Area residents get around.

Both Motivate and MTC are committed to ensuring bike share is equitable, accessible, and reflects the diversity of the communities it serves. As part of this commitment, at least 20% of the bikes in the Ford GoBike program will be located in MTC designated “communities of concern.” Motivate will also be offering Bike Share For All – our $5 first-year membership for low-income residents.

Read our Outreach Report

Station siting

Ford GoBike station locations are determined based on a combination of community feedback, engineering analysis, neighborhood needs and input from partner cities. When selecting suitable locations, numerous criteria are considered including access to solar power, American Disabilities Act requirements and anticipated demand.

Below are the Proposed Expansion Sites for Phase 3 of our 4-phase expansion in San Francisco and San Jose.

San Francisco Proposed Sites (PDF)

San Jose Proposed Sites (PDF)

To submit comments on our Phase 3 sites, please click here.
Para enviar comentarios sobre nuestros sitios de la Fase 3, por favor haga clic aquí.

East Bay Bike Share Sites

Below are the final sites for the East Bay launch of Ford GoBike, coming this Summer.

East Bay (PDF)

Growing Ford GoBike

By 2018, there will be 7,000 Ford GoBikes across San Francisco, San Jose, Oakland, Berkeley and Emeryville. New stations will be added regularly between 2017 and 2018.

Explore the maps below to see where the new stations will be located.

  • San Francisco: 300+ stations (view map)

  • East Bay (Oakland, Berkeley and Emeryville): 120+ stations (view map)

  • San Jose: 80+ stations (view map)

Get involved

Public feedback is an essential part of the process. We encourage all community members to help us select station locations where you live, work and play.

Feel free to contact us for a presentation at your community meeting.

Sign Up for Email Updates