We’re celebrating #RollToWorkDay by commuting the greener, healthier and cost-effective way. We’re asking you to grab a friend or colleague and come join us!
Roll to Work Day is part of a nation-wide campaign to get people commuting using active transportation – SO LET’S RIDE!
Tugo’s $0 Daily Pass allows Tucsonans to ride to and from work (or anywhere!) for free. On Wednesday, May 19th, simply visit a station kiosk or download the PBSC app to get your free Daily Pass. Enjoy unlimited 30-minute, station to station trips while your pass is active. Remember, after 30 minutes, overage fees apply.
Go explore all that our city has to offer. Biking is a perfect distanced experience to embark on with a friend. Get some post-work miles in and exercise those muscles!
STEP 2: Tap ‘Buy a Pass’ on a kiosk touch screen or the app, select ‘$0 Daily Pass’ and follow the on-screen instructions.
STEP 3: Get riding by entering your 5-digit code into any dock with an available bike.
STEP 4: Enjoy unlimited 30-minute, station to station trips for 24 consecutive hours. For trips longer than 30 minutes, overage fees accumulate at a rate of $4 per additional 30 minutes of trip time.
STEP 5: Return your bike to any station. Check parking availability at stations near your work place on our website or the PBSC app.
Tugo Bike Share provides a safe, reliable and accessible means of transportation for Tucsonans. Taking 22,600 trips last year, the system continues to play a key role in Tucson’s city landscape. Expanding the service area in 2019 to include four new neighborhoods, taking us to 41 stations in the system, Tugo Bike Share is working to make bikesharing (and cycling) more accessible. Biking over 46,000 miles, burning over 13,881,600 calories and offsetting carbon emissions by 41,800 lbs last year, we’re proud to help make our city a greener, healthier place to live.
Biking is a great way to travel while maintaining a safe physical distance from others. In an effort to prioritize health and safety, Tugo has ramped up its cleaning during the COVID-19 pandemic. As bikes are regularly in use and exposed to the environment, we strongly recommend that riders take the steps outlined by the CDC when using the system. The best way to prevent infection is to follow the recommended personal hygiene measures by cleaning your bike before use.