The official Mobi by Shaw Go app is your guide to riding Mobi by Shaw Go in Vancouver. Sign up, check your account details, find stations and available bikes and docks, get the latest system updates, contact customer service, or report a problem.
Purchase a Day Pass or Month Pass in the Mobi by Shaw Go app. Login to see your account details, including how many km’s you have ridden, a detailed summary of your trips, and any overage fees you may have incurred. Save your favourite stations. Find real time availability of bikes and docks so you can plan your Mobi by Shaw Go trip accordingly.
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By far the worst bike share system I've seen
This app doesn't even recognize your location. Everything about Vancouver's system reeks of corruption and waste. The pads on the bikes tell you to choose a button to proceed but the actual numbers don't fit on the screen so you have to guess. To check out a bike you have to put in a 6 digit code PLUS your pin. And you can't even use the app to get support it's so broken. Just a complete embarrassment for the city.
App does not have location services in 2020
I don’t understand how this app does not have location services in 2020. I have given this feedback before and they say it does - but it doesn’t. You have to be very familiar with Vancouver to zoom into where you are because the app won’t do it for you
The City of Vancouver should shut down this costly tax subsidized venture. Not only does it take away jobs & revenue from local small businesses during Covid (rentals & retailers) it also decreases parking revenues for our city by hammering out kilometers of parking spaces for their ubiquitous pop up installs. The worst part, the most inane thing about this idea is the fact that it can’t survive without a white Mercedes Benz sprinter spewing diesel up all the hills in Vancouver through all hours of the day. It’s only men who drive them, who drive the van stacked with MobiBikes to allow local tourists to coast downhill again (just like a play land ride). VeloLib in Paris & countless other bikeshares around the world have suffered the fate as should Mobi, this idea has had its day on taxpayers backs for too long. Shaw Cable has had a good Will tax write off and free advertising & a bike company in Miami racked millions from VanGroovy FeelGood politicians. They’re heavy, the app sucks, and nobody rides bikes in the rain.
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Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.