Tom Tait

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LA Metro has taken bids for a bike share program — the deadline for those bids is tomorrow. The plan is for 1000 bikes in downtown LA — in a system that could grow to 4000.

LA Bike Share: If You Build It, Will They Bike?

LA Metro has taken bids for a bike share program — the deadline for those bids is tomorrow. The plan is for 1000 bikes in downtown LA — in a system that could grow to 4000.

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