Seattle is Shutting Down its Bike-Share Program, Will Reallocate Funding to Other Projects

GeekWire – January 13, 2017

The City of Seattle on Friday announced that it will shut down the Pronto bike-share service on March 31. This marks the end of a controversial and ultimately unsuccessful program in Seattle, with fewer-than-expected members signing up to rent bicycles on-demand to get around the city.

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