Eli Levine Goldberg — UX/UI Designer based in New York, NY

Moovit Bike Share

Mobile App

“In over 110 cities, you’ll now have access to easy-to-use bike share without the need to switch apps, giving you even more certainty that you’ll get where you’re going smoothly.

You know those days when you’re sitting in traffic, watching pedestrians walk by faster than your bus is inching along? For days like this, and also when you’d rather enjoy the nice weather out than sit on a bus, or you’re in the mood for a little extra exercise, Bike Sharing in Moovit will help you get around.”



Moovit is the 1# public transit app in the world, now presents bike share stations on the map. the presence of the stations on the map should be clear and understandable - where is the station? how many bike available? how many empty spots?
on map zoom out - how many stations should be presented? is there an option to remove the icons from the map if bike isn't relevant to the use?



Amount of bikes in station – data visualisation options

Map settings

Bike station info popup