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Did you ride one of Dropbike’s signature white and orange bicycles in 2019? Tell us why or why not. Your feedback will be compiled into a report and presented to Council in 2020.

More about Dropbike and this engagement:

Dropbike Inc. is a privately-owned company, permitted to operate in Kingston through a licensing agreement with the City. This agreement was signed following a successful pilot program in 2017 that made 100 Dropbikes available around the downtown core and at Queen’s University. The City committed to a three-year contract with Dropbike to run a city-wide bike-sharing program and in May 2019


Did you ride one of Dropbike’s signature white and orange bicycles in 2019? Tell us why or why not. Your feedback will be compiled into a report and presented to Council in 2020.

More about Dropbike and this engagement:

Dropbike Inc. is a privately-owned company, permitted to operate in Kingston through a licensing agreement with the City. This agreement was signed following a successful pilot program in 2017 that made 100 Dropbikes available around the downtown core and at Queen’s University. The City committed to a three-year contract with Dropbike to run a city-wide bike-sharing program and in May 2019, Dropbike launched a full-scale community bike-share program.

Over the course of the season, close to 4,000 trips were made on Dropbike bicycles, and approximately 18,200 kilometres were travelled.

Community bike-share programs provide a healthy and affordable transportation option to residents and tourists. Travelling by bicycle helps reduce greenhouse gas emissions, pollution and vehicle congestion, and supports a vibrant and active city.

Dropbike bicycles are now stored for winter, and the City is evaluating the first season.


  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    We want to learn how you used Dropbike during the 2019 season. Your responses will be included in a report going to council in 2020, and high-level findings will be relayed to Dropbike Inc. for its consideration in improving its services next season. The data we collect will also be used to inform future bike share agreements. Survey closes Jan. 20 at 4 p.m.

    We want to learn how you used Dropbike during the 2019 season. Your responses will be included in a report going to council in 2020, and high-level findings will be relayed to Dropbike Inc. for its consideration in improving its services next season. The data we collect will also be used to inform future bike share agreements. Survey closes Jan. 20 at 4 p.m.

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