Capital Bikeshare Student Discount
George Mason University Joins Capital Bikeshare University Program
Arlington, Va.—George Mason University has joined the Capital Bikeshare University Program, which offers enrolled students discounted $25 Capital Bikeshare annual memberships. Participating students will save money on transportation costs, gain access to affordable transportation that supports a healthy lifestyle, and is available 24 hours a day.
With more than 4,500 bikes available at 578 stations, including a station outside our Arlington Campus at Fairfax Drive and Kenmore Street, students can ride to classes and myriad other destinations.
The program reduces annual student membership fees by $60, with no cost to the university. The discount is open to all currently enrolled undergraduate and graduate students at all campuses, and students must use their university email to join.
A Capital Bikeshare annual membership includes unlimited rides under 30 minutes for free and longer rides for an additional fee. Members can also buy a discounted helmet, attend a Washington Area Bicyclist Association Confident City Cycling class for free and receive discounts from partners across the region.
Capital Bikeshare is a regional public transportation system owned by the seven participating jurisdictions: Washington, DC; Arlington, Alexandria, Fairfax County, and the City of Falls Church in Virginia; and Montgomery and Prince George’s counties in Maryland.
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