Indiana State University is using a new bike share program.
It’s called VeoRide. Users sign up through an app on their smartphone and then pay 50 cents to ride.
The ISU Office of Sustainability hopes it creates a culture of alternative transportation.
“That shows that alternative transportation is actually an accessible way to get around campus, the town, go do errands and all that sort of stuff,” says graduate assistant Garrett Hurley.
Currently the bikes are limited for use on campus and some neighboring areas, but officials hope as the program grows, they’ll be able to expand the map.