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SDOT Gambles on Electric Bikes to Replace Pronto

Seattle has selected a vendor to replace Pronto, the bike share network that became insolvent last year and required a $1.4M taxpayer bailout.   Tom at Seattle Bike Blog did a fantastic run-down that I highly recommend. The high scorer of the six bids is an all-electric proposal from a young Quebec company, Bewegen.  Motivate, the company […]
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