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Posted on: May 20, 2018

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As Ofo's yellow bicycles have become
ubiquitous around the Texas A&M campus -- with a few thousand more on the way -- the city of College Station is studying potential
regulations for dockless bike-sharing. 

The university's pilot program with the Chinese bike-sharing company Ofo
began in late February with 500 bicycles, which quickly ramped up to 850. With plans for that number to increase to between 3,000 and 4,000
bikes by the start of the fall semester, city staff likely will move quickly to bring back regulations for the City Council to consider later
this summer. 


Source:  The Eagle, 5/20/2018


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