Bixi Toronto

BIXI Toronto station locations revealed

Bixi Toronto has a new website in anticipation of the program's launch on May 3rd, the key feature of which is an interactive map that plots out where the initial 80 stations will be located. A small but welcome surprise here is that there will be a couple stations located outside of the core zone, bounded by Bloor, Jarvis and Spadina. Of these, the one located in the heart of Kensington Market will surely be the most popular — so good on BIXI organizers for thinking outside the box (at least a little).

Although the Bixou app has yet to be updated with Toronto locations, arguably even more valuable is the fact that the station map has been optimized for mobile browsers, which should benefit more than just iPhone users.

A handy pricing chart has also been included on the site, which breaks down the various subscriptions and rental fees. Worthy of note is that those renting bikes for a 24 or 72 hour period are required to provide a $250 credit card deposit along with the rental fee.

Check out the video below if you're into seeing what Toronto's stands look like and visit the website for more information.


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