Grand Forks bike-share program could be rolling by fall

Following in Fargo’s footsteps, a coalition of Grand Forks leaders are developing plans for a bike-share program. If you don’t know, bike-share programs create bike-renting stations at different points in a community allowing users to grab a bike from one location, ride it, and then return it at another location. Fargo started their program in 2015 and it generated 143,000 rides in the first season.

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Sam Easter, Grand Forks Herald

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