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LA's bike share ridership not as good as New York’s, but it's on the rise

More than 55,400 rides in the first three months In early July, Metro rolled out a bike share program in Downtown Los Angeles, allowing riders to rent and return bikes to a kiosk in over five dozen locations. Now, we’re getting a look at just how many people are using the system. The Los Angeles Times analyzed Metro data from the program's first three months and found bike share users took more than 55,400 rides on the black bicycles through the end of September.
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