Calif. city contract creates hurdle for bike sharing

06/27/2013 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

A bike-sharing program has been delayed in Los Angeles after the company learned that its plan to sell advertisements on rental kiosks is not feasible because of a city contract with two media firms. Bike Nation, which pitched the program to the mayor's office last year, had said the program would not cost the city money. However, the company then found out the media firms have rights to sell advertising on "street furniture," including the kiosks, through 2021.

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