Get a $3.20 Monthly Pass In Honor of Detroit’s 320th Birthday!


MoGo Rider crosses Brush Street with Renaissance Center in the background.

In honor of Detroit’s 320th birthday, MoGo will be offering Monthly Passes for $3.20 – that’s an 84% off discount! Get a pass through the Transit app or on our website anytime between Friday, July 23rd, and Sunday, July 25th. If you need to pay with cash, visit this page.


With the Monthly Pass, riders get an unlimited number of 60-minute trips for 30 days. Remember to dock your bike at least once every 60 minutes; for trips that extend beyond 60 minutes, users pay $0.25 per minute until the bike is locked at a MoGo station. Once your bike has been locked and taken back out, your time resets. All trips must end with your bike locked securely in a station. 


Once you have your pass, you’ll be ready to ride! Until you receive your MoGo card or key fob in the mail, use the Transit app to unlock your bike. Once downloaded, the Transit app will be connected to your account and can help you get a bike from any station.


MoGo Riders pose in front of Eastern Market mural.

Not sure where to ride? Try visiting any of our 40 Rider Perks partners, each of which offers a special discount just for MoGo riders! Show your card, key fob, or Transit app screen to get whatever discount that location is offering. If you’re not looking for a destination, try one of our Featured Rides! Using TOTAGO, either online or in the app, search ‘MoGo’ for rides that take you along the Riverwalk, connect you to Eastern Market, and more!


Or, take a look at our system map and decide what destination is best for you. MoGo has stations in the Museum District, both at the Detroit Historical Museum and at the DIA, near landmarks like Michigan Central Station, and dozens more.


Looking for more ways to celebrate Detroit’s 320th birthday? MoGo to the Detroit Historical Museum for a special event with Mickey Lolich (member of the Tigers 1968 World Series team), or bike over to Beacon Park for a Family Fun Day. Keep an eye on the news throughout the rest of the week as more events pop up – chances are, you can MoGo to those too!




Happy Birthday, Detroit!

MoGo Rider poses in front of Michigan Central Station.

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