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Early L.A. bike share ridership numbers trail other large cities, data shows

Ridership on Los Angeles County’s new bicycle sharing system has been smaller in its first months than on similar programs in other major U.S. cities, a Times analysis found. Angelenos and tourists took more than 55,400 rides, or an average of 73 trips per bicycle, on the downtown Los Angeles system...
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