What's New at Highmark Inc.
Need transportation? Try the Healthy Ride bike sharing system in Pittsburgh.
Take a healthy bike ride through the city streets of Pittsburgh with the Healthy Ride bike sharing program supported by Highmark Blue Cross Blue Shield and Allegheny Health Network. This inexpensive form of public transportation provides access to bicycles from various locations throughout the city.
How Healthy Ride works
You can register through Healthy Ride's website, any of the walk-up kiosks, customer service, or the mobile app. This pay-as-you-go model charges $2 for every 30 minutes that the bike is in use. If you prefer unlimited use, you can register for a monthly membership.
Bikes can be picked up at one of the self-serve stations located throughout the city. A customer care call center is available to answer questions or provide assistance.
Since its inception in 2015, over 40,000 riders have registered for the program. Currently, there are 50 bike stations across the city, but plans are underway to increase the number of stations to 75 in the coming months.
Healthy Ride is operated by Pittsburgh Bike Share. For more information, visit Healthy Ride's website.