New York City works out details of bike-share project

09/15/2011 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

New York City is planning what could be the largest bike-share program in the U.S., but the launch date has been pushed back to next summer to give officials time to figure out details of pricing and the location of rental stations. The city has created 250 miles of bike lanes and has put an interactive map on its website so people can make suggestions on where bike-share stations should be located.

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