HOBOKEN, NJ. April 22, 2018 – In celebration of Earth Day, Hudson Bike Share is collaborating with the City of Hoboken and Don’t Sit Home to host an Earth Week event from Sunday, April 22 through Saturday, April 28, 2018.
After registering for an account, riders will be able to take an unlimited number of free 45-minute rides all day. Upon registration through the nextbike app, a debit or credit card will be required in case of overages or bicycle damage. Riders should select My Details > Redeem Voucher > and enter code 845784 in the mobile app.
The City of Hoboken is celebrating Earth Day and Arbor Day with a week of community volunteering and education activities about sustainability and resiliency efforts.
Thursday, April 26 will be Transportation Day. Stop by City Hall from Noon – 4pm to learn more about Hudson Bike Share and try out the bicycles.
Sustainability, resiliency, and the effects of climate change are inextricably linked. More than five years after Hurricane Sandy inundated Hoboken with nearly 500 million gallons of storm surge, the City has become an urban laboratory and national model for climate adaptation. The City has made significant investments and secured nearly $10 million in grant funds from various local, state and federal sources to improve Hoboken’s resiliency. As climate change continues to threaten quality of life, Hoboken will become a leader in climate mitigation.
For more information about specific events, visit www.facebook.com/hobokengreenteam.
To read the Green Building & Environmental Sustainability Element of the Hoboken Master Plan, visit www.hobokennj.gov/sustainability.
We look forward to seeing you there; ride for earth, ride for free, ride with us.