Bicycle sharing up and running
Sacramento’s bicycle-sharing program in Midtown commenced at 4 p.m. Friday. Riders can rent bicycles for free for 30 minutes, and for $2 per half hour after that at automated kiosks.
The program is a six-month pilot that is privately funded. At the end of the pilot, organizers will determine if and how it should expand.
Currently, two locations are set up – one in the Priority Parking lot at 16th and I streets, and one in the Priority Parking lot at 28th and J streets.
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Brandon Darnell is a staff reporter for The Sacramento Press. Follow him on Twitter @Brandon_Darnell.