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A few years ago, we entered an era where shared bikes were provided for free to any city that wanted them. Cities jumped at...

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Ford's GoBike program in San Francisco is getting a boost through the addition of its pedal-assist bikes in the Bay Area Bike Share program, which is...

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Baltimore, Maryland, finally got its first bikeshare program about a month ago — Baltimore Bike Share. Ridership levels are already pretty good (~6,000 rides)....

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San Francisco's Bay Area Bike Share program will be renamed Ford GoBike in early 2017, as part of a new partnership between the operating...

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Originally published on Bikocity. Getting the largest economy in the United States, that of California, to a net-zero emissions one is an incredibly ambitious...

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Originally published on Bikocity. How can cities get more people using bikes for transportation, while also reducing the risk of injuries or death? It...

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Originally published on The ECOreport Miami based CycleHop is already operating bike share programs in more than 100 communities and universities in the United...

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Originally published on ExpertSure. Jersey City mayor Steve Fulop has announced that Brooklyn based Alta Bicycle Share has been awarded a contract to operate...

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The buyout of Alta Bike Share, which operates New York City’s Citi Bike program, is essentially a done deal. It follows our report in August about...

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Day 1 of the years-in-the-making bike-sharing program for Seattle started last week with 500 soft green bikes. But this is just part of Seattle’s big bike...

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This article originally appeared on Bikocity. New York City (NYC) has finally rolled out the beginnings of its large bicycle-sharing program, Citi Bike, with...

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