There will be stations at major community destinations: Tom Lee Park, AutoZone Park, FedExForum, Memphis Zoo, Stax Museum, Crosstown Concourse, Overton Park, National Civil Rights Museum, Big River Crossing.
There will be stations at some smaller private businesses and community anchors: Memphis Made Brewery, two Midtown Kroger stores, Loflin Yard, Lamar Shopping Center, South Memphis Farmers Market.
And there will be stations at intersections along some major connecting roads, such as Front, Main, Madison, and Mississippi.
“The generosity of the private property owners where our stations will be has been really easy,” said Studdard. “They’re excited to have a bike share station on their property and realize the value of bringing more people to their business to spend local dollars and create access and connectivity in their neighborhood.