Indego Pricing and Pass Updates

On April 20th, Indego will be making a few important updates to our pass options and pricing. The updates you see below will support the continued growth of Philly’s bike share program. Indego will continue to provide savings opportunities to Passholders who make Indego part of their daily routine and to keep prices low for Philadelphians with a PA ACCESS card.  

Summary of changes:  

Guest Pass 

  • Price increase to $15 
  • Trip time extended to unlimited 60-minute rides 
  • Extended ride time fees for rides over 60 minutes increased to 20¢/minute 
  • Indego Electric fees increased to 20¢/minute 

Indego30 

  • Price increase to $20/month 
  • Extended ride time fees for rides over 60 minutes increased to 20¢/minute 
  • Indego Electric fees increased to 20¢/minute 

Indego30 Access 

  • No price increase 
  • Extended ride time fees for rides over 60 minutes increased to 7¢/minute 
  • Indego Electric fees increased to 7¢/minute 

Indego365 

  • No price increase 
  • Extended ride time fees for rides over 60 minutes increased to 20¢/minute 
  • Indego Electric fees increased to 20¢/minute 

Indego365 Access 

  • No price increase 
  • Extended ride time fees for rides over 60 minutes increased to 7¢/minute 
  • Indego Electric fees increased to 7¢/minute 

Since Indego’s launch in 2015, the system has grown to over 1,400 bikes and more than 170 stations located across West, South, North Philly, and Center City. This spring, Indego will expand its service further west, filling in more of South Philadelphia, and along Kelly Drive to East Falls, and will continue to grow to more than 3,500 bikes and 350 stations by the end of its multi-year expansion.  

Thank you for your continued support of the Indego system.

7 Comments

Marc Z

An extra 15 cents a minute on top of the subscription seemed like a lot; a 33% increase on top of that seems extreme. I will try to use the electric bikes less.

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Jared Cohen

Please create a single or round trip ride fare. I would use Indego so much more often if I had the choice to just pay for a single ride instead of a full $15 pass. Also, would be awesome to have the system integrated with SEPTA’s fare system, but that’s a stretch goal.

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dan

i hope that the electric bikes are more frequently available and charged to reflect this price increase. ive begun using them less due to their being somewhat unreliable as to when i can access them and if they have a charge

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Anna F

These increases, especially to the extra fees, are seriously far too high. This puts these amenities far out of reach for a lot of people and makes it far less of a viable option for getting around on a regular basis.

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Ben

Wait a minute FIFTEEN BUCKS for a 24 hour (“guest”) pass???? Plus an extra dollar for every 5 minutes if I grab an electric bike??

I get that you want to push people toward a monthly or annual membership, but at that price I’m just never even going to try it! $15+ is Uber prices!!!

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Tom F

Why don’t you have a 30 or 60 minute passes to encourage usage like other cities? $15 is excessive vs $3.00 if I only need it for a short stint.

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David R

This price increase makes it just as expensive to use an e bike as an uber??? This makes no sense I am never using an e bike again.

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