Like other shared microbility vehicles, HOPR bikes use an app that can be downloaded to either Android or Apple phones. Once an account is set up, the first time you use it, you get 30 minutes free. Typical pay per ride trips cost $1 to unlock and 15 cents a minute. HOPR offers a 30-day pass for $20 a month which provides unlimited free unlocks and only 10 cents a minute.
For even deeper discounts, those who know they are going to be frequent users can buy a yearly pass at $60 which provides 30 minutes a day free, unlimited unlocks and 10 cents a minute after that.
The City of Fremont received a grant from the Metropolitan Transportation Commission which is a funding committee for a nine-county area that makes up the San Francisco Bay Area. The commission gives out grants and funding to promote its transportation goals which includes shared microbility programs.
The contract with the City of Fremont also requires HOPR to provide education to the public about requirements like where to leave a bike or not leave a bike. Each bike has a phone number to report a misplaced bike, and each bike is equipped with its own unique GPS identifier so HOPR can respond to move the bike or take care of the problem.
Lime bikes and scooters also coming to Freemont. In November of 2018, the city approved a one-year pilot program with Lime to provide Lime pedal bikes and scooters, and they are supposed to be in the city sometime in 2019.
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