How it works

1

Register

Select membership, enter contact information and means of payment –  done!

2

Rent & ride

Find station on the map, wake bike lock and open it with the app – off you go!

3

Return & Pay

Park the bike at the station and close the bike lock – the amount is simply debited from your account.

Our new system

On this page you will find a general overview of PubliBike and our new bikes and e-bikes.
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App PubliBike

With the PubliBike app you can register and rent a bicycle or e-bike round-the-clock.

SwissPass

Deposit your SwissPass at your user account and use it as a key to the PubliBike bikes.

Our subscriptions

Perfect for people on the fly, for tourists and the curious – without commitment!

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The right subscription for commuters and frequent users – the first 30 minutes are free!

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The right subscription for E-bike fans and business travel – always stay cool!

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New bikes and e-bikes in Sion!

PubliBike is revamping its services on the Sion network! Starting December 13, brand new bikes and e-bikes will complete the current offer! The network will operate without interruption.

New system in Lausanne-Morges

Starting 30 November, a brand new system including e-bikes awaits you! In order to perform the needed improvements, all existing stations located on the EPFL/UNIL campus will be closed as of 28 August and the bikes will be removed from the campus. You can still use the other stations of the network until 15 October, when the entire Lausanne-Morges network will be closed.

Switzerland’s largest bike sharing scheme taking shape in Bern

The civic authorities in Bern and the company PubliBike AG have agreed on the next stages in the implementation of the Velo Bern bike hire scheme. 

The city council has approved the agreement and is sending the city parliament an application for a loan to finance the undertaking. The launch of what will be Switzerland’s largest bike sharing system is planned for May 2018. The scheme ultimately envisages a fleet of 2,400 bikes available from around 200 stations.