Pittsburgh City Council members hold up bike share bill because districts left out
Pittsburgh City Council held a bill today that would have advanced the city’s bike-sharing project after council members expressed frustrations that their districts were being left out of the project.
Pittsburgh Bike Share is modeled after bike-sharing programs in other cities and is slated to roll out its first bicycles in the summer of 2014 from stations around the city.
Today’s bill, which would have amended an ordinance to allow for the installation of bike stations and established an agreement with the non-profit Pittsburgh Bike Share Partnership, is crucial for the project to move forward
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