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Great news! The only item that puzzles me is the bike reservation system. What if people tie up all the bikes at popular stations (i.e., Columbia Heights in the AM, downtown DC in the PM) so that people physically at the station do not have access to the bikes?

Updating the tecnology sounds good but what Bixi needed was a way to get deadbeat munis to pay their bills. If only all the bikes could pedal themselves to City Hall and snarl traffic until the mayors relent.

Yeah,not liking the reservation idea. Plus does Bixi not realize that not everyone has a smartphone?

True, a smartphone plus washcycle sponsor Ridescout is all you need.

Reservations would be an option with the new 8d system, not the new standard. The choice on implementing that system for CaBi would be up to the jurisdictions.

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