Cleveland’s in the running to bring B-cycle bike sharing to town. The bike sharing co. is holding a contest to see which city wants the program more. So far, Cleveland is #2 on the list behind Rochester, NY.
Here’s a little info, courtesy of GreenCityBlueLake:
Bike sharing is a hot urban amenity—Denver, Boston and now Chicago have a B-cycle system. For $65 ($45 for students) members can walk up and check out a bike and pay only while it’s un-docked (Denver has 50 docking stations around town; Chicago is starting with six on the Lakefront and in the Loop). Where would you put six stations with 50 bikes in Cleveland?
Want it? Vote now. Type in a Cleveland zip code and make us #1 in the ranks.