Capital Bikeshare to Begin Adding 60 Locations This Fall

The Bikeshare station on 28th Street in Georgetown.

Capital Bikeshare is set to expand even further this fall with new bikes, and docking stations in 60 new locations. The expansion comes after a number of delays caused by the 2014 bankruptcy of Montreal-based bicycle manufacturer Public Bike System Co., Capital Bikeshare’s main supplier. New equipment, most of which will be deployed in the District proper, comes from Motivate, a New York-based manufacturer. Previously, the Capital Bikeshare system was buying used equipment from the City of Ottawa to meet the Washington’s voracious demand for biking.

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