Bicycling is a space-efficient, healthy, green way to move many people around DC and our region. DC's Business Improvement Districts, government officials, and advocates like the Washington Area Bicyclist Association work together to design, build, and support safe, comfortable, and convenient bicycle infrasturcture including bike lanes and racks.
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Which dockless bikeshare (Mobike, LimeBike, or Spin) is right for you?
On Wednesday, September 20, DC three private, dockless bikeshare companies launched in DC: Mobike, LimeBike, and Spin. A fourth, Jump, is launching Monday with electric-assist bikes. A group of GGWash contributors including Tony Goodman, Tracy Loh, and Canaan Merchant took the three already-launched services for a spin (or a mo? or a lime?). Here were our reactions.
DC’s first dockless bikeshare, Mobike, has launched. I took a test ride.
Dockless bikeshare has come to DC. On Wednesday morning, Mobike opened service to the public. At least two other companies, LimeBike and Spin, are not far behind. How's it working so far? I took a ride to the office to try it.
How to make “dockless” bikeshare good for DC
In a few weeks, you'll likely have more choices for bicycling around DC, as two "dockless" bike sharing companies pilot their services from September to April. DC wants suggestions on how to ensure these services are good for residents and don't cause problems; DC Sustainable Transportation (DCST) has created a white paper of recommendations.