NEW ORLEANS – Blue Bikes will participate in the City of New Orleans’ recently announced Moving New Orleans: Bikes public meetings, asking residents for input on system area expansion and where new hub locations should be added.
Meetings will take place April 8-18, with at least one meeting in each City Council district. The full schedule of meetings is online. Residents and riders are welcome to attend any meeting they choose. If you cannot attend a meeting, please share your feedback through an online survey.
Moving New Orleans: Bikes is a city-parish initiative to create a network of connected and protected bikeways across the Crescent City. At the meetings, city representatives will ask for input on how to make biking comfortable, convenient and accessible to everyone in New Orleans. Blue Bikes will use these meetings as a chance to seek riders’ input on where to expand the system area, bringing bike share into more neighborhoods.
Blue Bikes, sponsored by Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Louisiana, is a healthy, green, affordable way to experience New Orleans. Sign up for Blue Bikes at bluebikesnola.com or by downloading the Social Bicycles App from the Apple App Store orGoogle Play. There are several membership options, including pay-as-you-go, monthly and annual, which riders can choose from.
For more information on Blue Bikes memberships, to see the system map or to sign up, visit bluebikesnola.com or follow Blue Bikes on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
About Blue Bikes
Blue Bikes is a fast, convenient and affordable transportation system for residents and visitors to move around New Orleans. The bike share program is a partnership among the City of New Orleans, Social Bicycles and title sponsor Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Louisiana. Sign up to ride at bluebikesnola.com.
About Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Louisiana
Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Louisiana is committed to our mission to improve the health and lives of Louisianians. We invest both time and money in the communities we serve, supporting the health and wellbeing of Louisianians through more than 200 charitable organizations.
With our subsidiaries, HMO Louisiana and Southern National Life, we provide group and individual health insurance plans, life and disability insurance, group voluntary products and administrative services to one out of four Louisiana residents. Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Louisiana also provides Medicare supplement and Medicare Advantage plans and is a partner in offering the Healthy Blue Medicaid Managed care plan. Louisiana is the only state where we operate, with offices in every major region to serve our customers.
Founded in New Orleans in 1934, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Louisiana is a tax-paying non-profit health insurer. We are a private mutual company, owned by our policyholders, with an independent Louisiana Board of Directors and no shareholders. Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Louisiana is an independent licensee of the Blue Cross and Blue Shield Association.
To learn more, visit our website at www.bcbsla.com.