Tartu bikeshare system launches one-hour ticket on Monday

The updated homepage of Tartu's smart bikeshare program.
The updated homepage of Tartu's smart bikeshare program. Source: ratas.tartu.ee

Beginning Monday, users of the Tartu Smart Bike bikeshare system can purchase one-hour tickets for the use of its bikes. The trilingual Tartu Smart Bike homepage has also been updated with more thorough information and a more mobile-friendly interface.

A one-hour ticket costs €2, equal to the price of purchasing a one-hour public transport ticket on board a bus, according to a Tartu city government press release.

One-hour tickets are valid from the moment of purchase and can be used to rent bikes within that window. Should a bike ride last longer than one hour, an additional hour will be added for another €1. One bike can be rented for a maximum of five consecutive hours, after which a late fee of €80 will be applied.

Also available in addition to one-hour tickets are day passes for €5, week passes for €10 and annual passes for €30.

The Tartu Smart Bike homepage, which is available in Estonian, English and Russian, has also been updated to be more mobile-friendly and include a Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) section.


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Editor: Aili Vahtla

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