In coordination with Governor Gary Herbert’s “Stay Safe, Stay Home” directive and Salt Lake City Mayor Erin Mendenhall’s proclamation implementing the directive, GREENbike, Salt Lake City’s nonprofit bike-share program, is offering a $0.01 annual membership to all essential workers.
The health and safety of our riders is our top priority. In response to concerns about Coronavirus (COVID-19), we want to share the actions we’re taking to help protect riders like you.
Closely monitoring the situation. We're following updates on Coronavirus (COVID-19), including guidance from the local leaders and local health officials.
Helping with prevention. GREENbike's technicians will be cleaning each bike and kiosk at every station they visit every day.
GREENbike technicians are regularly disinfecting all high-touch surfaces including the daily cleaning of kiosks, handlebars, grips, saddles, baskets, dock wake buttons, touch screens, credit card readers, gear controls, seat adjuster handles, bike bells, and bike locks.
The process used to disinfect bikes and tools includes wiping down stations with hot soap and water to clean. Technicians then use Simple Green Clean Finish and Isopropyl alcohol to disinfect the bikes and stations. Technicians are currently using Lysol wipes to disinfect the tools.
GREENbike technicians are working on bikes and stations alone in staggered shifts.
Technicians are required to follow strict hygiene standards including frequently washing hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds; using hand sanitizer frequently; avoiding touching their faces; covering coughs or sneezes (e.g., into the sleeve or elbow, not hands).
GREENbike has provided disposable gloves and hand sanitizer to be used when working on bikes and stations as an additional precaution.
Technicians are disinfecting the tools they use as well as the surfaces of our maintenance vehicle after each shift.
The CDC and the World Health Organization (WHO) are updating their sites with the latest information.