By CBS3 Staff

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — A shared bike program in Philadelphia is doing their part to help during the coronavirus pandemic. Indego, Philly’s bike share program, wants to make it a little easier for those who still need to get around the city.

The bike share service is offering a discounted rate for riders during the health crisis.

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Indego manager Arron Ritz joined CBS3 to discuss the details.

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“In honor of the fifth anniversary of Indego, we have a promotion,” Ritz said. “It’s a $5 monthly pass, so it’s all you can ride for a whole month. We have a separate rate for those who use a Pennsylvania Access Card, that’s $2.50 a month. It’s simple to use, all you do is go to the Indego website.”

Indego wanted to recognize their five years in the business and felt this was a great way to give back to the community.

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