Styr & Ställ – bike sharing programme

Bike sharing - throughout the city

The bike sharing programme Styr & Ställ was introduced in Gothenburg in 2009 and 2019 will be the last year it is run by JC Decaux. In 2020 a new, better bike sharing system will be introduced.

Cost

The most practical way to use the bikes is to buy a seasonal ticket. If you hook it up to your Västtrafik card it’s 75 SEK for 2019. If you don’t have a Västtrafik card you can buy a plastic card from Styr & Ställ for 225 SEK. So it’s a lot smarter to just get a Västtrafik card and hook it up to the system.

The first half hour is always free in the bike sharing system. If you borrow the bike more than 30 minutes the first extra half hour is 10 SEK, the second 20 SEK and 40 SEK for every extra half hour after that.

You can also buy a three-day pass for 25 SEK. You can do this is most of the bike sharing stations and you pay with your debit/credit card.

Here on the Smart Map we’ve chosen to only list a handful of the stations, namely the ones who are on the outskirts of the area covered plus the one at Gustaf Adolfs torg, where Gothenburg was founded. The reason is that if we chose to show all the map would be saturated with bike stations. To see all the bike stations go to this map.

Senast uppdaterad: 02-05-2019

All around the city
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All around the city,
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The bike sharing programme Styr & Ställ was introduced in Gothenburg in 2009 and 2019 will be the last year it is run by JC Decaux. In 2020 a new, better bike sharing system will be introduced.

Cost

The most practical way to use the bikes is to buy a seasonal ticket. If you hook it up to your Västtrafik card it’s 75 SEK for 2019. If you don’t have a Västtrafik card you can buy a plastic card from Styr & Ställ for 225 SEK. So it’s a lot smarter to just get a Västtrafik card and hook it up to the system.

The first half hour is always free in the bike sharing system. If you borrow the bike more than 30 minutes the first extra half hour is 10 SEK, the second 20 SEK and 40 SEK for every extra half hour after that.

You can also buy a three-day pass for 25 SEK. You can do this is most of the bike sharing stations and you pay with your debit/credit card.

Here on the Smart Map we’ve chosen to only list a handful of the stations, namely the ones who are on the outskirts of the area covered plus the one at Gustaf Adolfs torg, where Gothenburg was founded. The reason is that if we chose to show all the map would be saturated with bike stations. To see all the bike stations go to this map.

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