Shared Mobility

Better Choices and Better Mobility 

Reducing vehicle trips and expanding more active transportation options benefits all of us in reduced air pollution, more equitable access to transit, reduced greenhouse gas emissions, and improvements in local business activity. Emeryville's residents and visitors deserve safe and comfortable transportation choices. For all these reasons, Emeryville is working to encourage safe and equitable micro-transportation systems. The City will continue to work to ensure safety, comfort and, equity for everyone using these forms of transportation.

The City of Emeryville has adopted an ordinance to establish regulations and a permit application process  to operate dockless shared mobility systems in the public right of way. Find out more here.

Dockless (Bikes/Scooters)

Electric scooters are a fun way and sustainable to get aroundNew York City could have an e-scooter pilot program by March | TechCrunch town or to BART without a car. Scooters must be ridden on the road and not the sidewalk, and have to be locked to a rack or other appropriate fixed object when parked.  Riders must be 18+ and follow all rules of the road.

Link Scooter Share
Link scooter share is now live. Helmet discounts, low-income memberships, and adaptive equipment are available by reservation. Find out more on the Link website.

Spin Scooter Share
Spin scooter share is now live. Helmet discounts, low-income memberships, and adaptive equipment are available by reservation. Find out more on the Spin website.

Docked Bike Share

BayWheels Bike Share
The Bay Area's regional bike sharing program, originally called Ford GoBike, and now operated by Lyft, serves Emeryville, Oakland, Berkley, San Francisco, and San Jose. Bike sharing can connect you to transit hubs like BART, AC Transit, Amtrak and more-helping you to get where you're going quickly and affordably. Lyft offers $5 first-year memberships for eligible adults who qualify for Calfresh, PG&E CARE, or SFMTA Lifeline passes. 

Click here to start riding! Once you're registered, head on over to any of the stations in Emeryville and grab your bike. Click here for a map of currently operating stations and available bikes. Picture1

Vehicles (Mopeds/Cars)

Coming soon!

Shared Mobility Operators 

Interested in becoming a shared mobility operator in Emeryville? Please see our page on permitting, data requirements, and other information for shared mobility operators.