University of Nebraska Medical Center and Nebraska Medicine students, faculty, and staff are eligible to receive free annual bike share memberships through the TravelSmart program, in a limited quantity.
Sign up for TravelSmart now to get your pass.
Bike sharing is particularly helpful for people who need to connect the first and last miles of their commutes from home to a bus station and to work. Biking is also a quick and healthy way to travel to meetings or appointments throughout the day, and a great way to get some exercise on the city’s trails. Heartland BCycle’s fleet includes many electric bikes that give riders an extra boost as they pedal, helping them arrive at their destination sooner and sweat-free!
Omaha’s bike share system, Heartland BCycle, features about 70 stations throughout the city including several around the 42nd & Dewey campus, Midtown Crossing, UNO, and neighborhoods including Blackstone, Aksarben, and downtown.
How to Use Heartland BCycle
There are also stations at Midtown Crossing, UNO, throughout Blackstone, Aksarben, downtown, and more.