Staten Island could get its own dockless bike-share pilot

More than 61,000 riders have used dockless bikes on Staten Island since last summer Building on the success of last summer’s initial dockless bike-share pilot program , the New York City Department of Transportation announced today that it wants to keep those two-wheelers rolling with a borough-specific pilot on Staten Island. The DOT has released a request for expressions of interest (RFEI) for a Staten Island pilot program, saying that it wants to “evaluate the safety, orderliness, quality, practicality, utilization, and sustainability” of a larger dockless investment in the city

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