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Metro bike share program expanding to Pasadena

400 bikes at 34 stations, coming this summer The bike share craze is slowly spreading to more and more neighborhoods and cities around Los Angeles. Now, Metro’s system, launched earlier this year in Downtown LA, could expand a few miles north to Pasadena. As the San Gabriel Valley Tribune reports, the city council voted Monday to enter into a contract with Metro for the launch of a two-year pilot program that would bring about 400 rentable bikes to the city.
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