This is good news.
A new measure in Montgomery County would allow bike-sharing stations to be built with revenue from taxes paid by developers, which currently fund transportation projects like roads and buses.
The bill, sponsored by County Council President Roger Berliner, D-Bethesda, and Councilwoman Valerie Ervin, D-Silver Spring, will be introduced tomorrow.
Berliner and Ervin also plan to introduce on Tuesday legislation that would allow developers to build bike-sharing stations on their property without going through the normal regulatory process.
Both of these laws should make CaBi exapansion in the county faster and easier.
Not to nitpick but, the story should be corrected though on the number of stations and bikes. They have 1670+ bikes at 175+ stations, not 1200 and 140.