HARRISBURG, Pa. (WHTM) — “Susque-cycle,” a brand new bike share program with six stations, rolled out in Harrisburg in early October.

The program is replacing a previous bike share program in Harrisburg that shut down during the COVID-19 pandemic. The bikes can be returned to any of the six stations.

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“As we enable residents and visitors to get out of their car and walk and bike more, that improves the vitality of a community and provides overall health benefits, and just the liveliness of the city and making better connections that don’t require cars,” said Andrew Bomberger of the Tri-County Regional Planning Commission.

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Susque-cycle plans to expand beyond Harrisburg in 2023.