Lime, the company that offers dockless bike-sharing and scooter-sharing in major cities across the globe, recently launched LimePass, a weekly subscription service that caters to its high-frequency users.
LimePass, which will waive an unlimited number of unlock fees for Lime’s scooters and e-bikes for seven consecutive days, is available in cities around the U.S., Australia and New Zealand. The company also plans to unveil it in additional international markets in early January.
In most U.S. cities LimePass will cost $4.99, according to Lime. With most unlock fees being $1, riders will have to use Lime at least five times over a given week to make it worthwhile – meaning a major target of the subscription service will be daily commuters.
“We know that more than 50% of our riders worldwide trust Lime for their commutes and personal daily trips around the city,” Kevin Shi, Product Manager at Lime, said in a recent blog post. “With our new LimePass service, we’re proud to offer them a more cost-efficient way to get around town and manage their busy schedules.”
Earlier in 2019, Lime debuted the industry’s first Group Ride feature and expanded partnerships with both Uber and Google. 

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