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I wish PG County had put more thought into the locations of their CaBi stations. They have placed most of the stations along major high stress roads (Adelphi and Route 1) instead of along the bicycle routes (trolley trail, NW/NE Branch trail, neighborhood streets). If this helps get bicycle infrastructure on these roads that will be great, but they currently seem positioned for the main purpose of seeing the stations while driving by.

You know what makes docking stations closer to where you want to go? Dockless bikes.

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