Launched this spring is the Metro Bike Share expansion to the UCLA campus and Westwood Village, offering an affordable, healthy, and enjoyable way to keep Bruins moving on two wheels.
On campus the bike share stations are located at Gateway Plaza and Perloff Hall. In Westwood Village, docking stations are at the corners of Broxton and Weyburn Avenues and Glendon and Kinross Avenues.
Metro Bike Share features classic bikes — entirely powered by people — and some pedal-assisted electric bikes for riders who want to add some kick to their commute.
The inexpensive passes start at $1.75 per 30 minutes. Students and eligible employees can sign up for reduced fare passes priced at $5/month or $50/year, where rides 30 minutes or less are free.
Convenient and accessible around the clock 24/7, Metro Bikes are a reasonably priced, fun, fast option for Bruins to get where they are going. The fleet of bicycles provides a reliable ride for trips across campus to get to class or a meeting. Or an excursion into the village for a lunch break.
Ready to roll? Here’s how it works.
Release: Buy a pass at any station, online or in the mobile app. Download the Metro Bike Share app to find and unlock a bike.
Ride: Get going! Always follow the rules of the road. Helmets are strongly encouraged for added protection. Find other safe riding tips here.
Return: End your ride by properly locking up your bike at a station. To find locations near you to leave the bike, use Metro's app.