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Posted on: January 8, 2020

In the News: Texas A&M Makes Changes to VeoRide Bike-Share Program

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VeoRide users are now required to remain on Texas A&M’s campus while using the bicycles and must lock the vehicles to a bike rack or face fines up to $75.

Local VeoRide employees are retrofitting bicycles with coiled-cable locks, and Texas A&M’s Transportation Services workers are bringing in 50 new bike racks this week as the rules go into effect. While 1,200 VeoRides will be available by the start of A&M’s spring semester on Monday, employees will continue adding locks to bikes until the entire 2,000-vehicle fleet is back in use. The revised geofence encompasses the A&M campus only, including Park West and University Gardens. 



Source:  The Eagle, 1/8/2020


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