Electric-assist bike company Veo joins Seattle's bike share fleet

Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) announced the inclusion of Veo in the city’s bike share program, adding a second vendor after a successful first partnership with Lime.

Veo joins Lime in providing electric-assisted bicycles smartphone users can rent digitally. With the company’s respective app, simply link a payment method to check out a bike and return it to a designated, safe area at the end of your ride. The electric-assisted motors help users of all physical abilities tackle Seattle’s steep hills with the power assist button on the handlebars.

Seattle’s bike and scooter share programs provide options for locals to travel quickly throughout the city without a car, easing traffic

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