Dockless LimeBike reports 16,600 bicycle riders in Washington D.C. with most during rush hour
You’ve seen them scattered around town – those bright, no-gear bicycles that sometimes block sidewalks or the entrances to storefront businesses. The D.C. Department of Transportation (DDOT) has seen them too, and says it will consider how these vehicles have been parked around the city when it evaluates its dockless bike-sharing pilot program in April. Right…
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Sure is empty down here...