In D.C., Bike Sharing Is A Hit

Channeling the Vélib bicycle rental system in Paris, the Capital Bikeshare program proves to be an unprecedented success in the States. Cities like Denver, Minneapolis, and NYC are starting to emulate.

Evidently, 114 kiosks that distribute some 1,100 bikes around Washington D.C. and Arlington, VA, are not enough to meet the high demand. Matt Friedman reports in the Associated Press video below:

Capital Bikeshare costs $5 per day. Monthly and annual memberships are also available at $25 and $75, respectively.

Full Story: The Morning Dig: D.C. Bikeshare System Is a Model for U.S. Cities

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