The new bike sharing program launched by the New Brunswick government will allow riders to use their mobile phones as an integral part of their service.
The new program will be launched in 2018 and will run on three routes, all on the downtown and east coast highways.
It will provide a bike sharing service that will be able to connect with other bike-sharing providers, such as bike share in London, London, Vancouver and Toronto.
New Brunswick will have a total of 1,200 bikes, up from the 1,000 bikes the province had when the program launched.
The province is asking for $6.4 million in public funds to expand its bike-shared program.
The program will cost about $10,000 per year to operate, with an estimated annual operating cost of about $1 million.
The project is the province’s first in the Atlantic provinces.
The city of Saint John, which has the largest number of bike share stations, announced its own bike-sport program.
It has 1,400 bicycles, but the city of Guelph said it would have to add a bike-parking facility and add about 200 more bikes to its network.