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Maybe the buses and Metro trains in D.C. would be a little more crowded if not for those red and yellow bikes with the fat tires.
Capital Bikeshare has hit a bump in the road as summer begins: It's out of the keys that allow members access bikes.
The company currently depends on Public Bike System Company for its equipment, but after filing for bankruptcy, the company's future is uncertain.
Capital Bikeshare broke the record for number of trips in a single day on Saturday. Crowds also flocked to MARC trains as a way to avoid the massive backups on I-95.
Tourists and warm weather have played a factor.
Capital Bikeshare is on track to expand to Fairfax County and a public meeting this week will give neighbors in Reston, Va. a chance to weigh in.
The ribbon is about to get cut at three new locations.
Just shy of its three year anniversary in the D.C. area, Capital Bikeshare celebrated a milestone on Sunday, Aug. 18: 5 million rides on the bikesharing system that now averages 10,000 rides each day.
Cyclists are hitting the road in growing numbers across the Washington area and a new push in Fairfax County could convince even more people to pedal their way around.
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