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I hope they really check with the City of Detroit on how well its gone for them. I saw virtually no presence of their bikes when I was there in August. The ones I did see were practically destroyed. The box where the key was located had been broken open on at least two that I saw.

I think this is folly. They should not buy anything and press their case to be part of the regional system, rather than buy a new thing with no inter-operability. We'll look back at this decision like we do on SmartBike, or the short lived and dreadfully unsuccessful NPS Bcycle program (3 stations, 24 bikes, all of them useless and unmaintained within weeks of launch).

I hope it's a huge success. Like CaBi. People in and around College Park need better mobility options, and unfortunately, CaBi compatible expansion isn't possible for us right now.

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