Sunday, April 27, 2008

Bike Share Programs in US

The NYTimes reports today (April 27, 2008) that Clear Channel Outdoor will launch a Paris—style bike sharing program in cooperation with the District of Columbia beginning in May.  The program is modeled after the project in Paris sponsored by Clear Channel’s big competitor, JCDeCaux.  The program will begin with 1200 bikes in ten stations in DC. Fancier than the Fort Collins Bike Library, with automated check outs and tracking, I’m sure the DC bike-share program will cost a lot more than the Fort Collins Bike Library!   For details on the Paris Velib program visit:



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