Andy Mock takes a bike for a ride from the Charlotte B-cycle station at Freedom Park last year. Raleigh officials are studying the Charlotte program as they consider a similar program here.
Andy Mock takes a bike for a ride from the Charlotte B-cycle station at Freedom Park last year. Raleigh officials are studying the Charlotte program as they consider a similar program here. mmccloy@newsobserver.com
Andy Mock takes a bike for a ride from the Charlotte B-cycle station at Freedom Park last year. Raleigh officials are studying the Charlotte program as they consider a similar program here. mmccloy@newsobserver.com

City asks: Should Raleigh start a bike share?

March 18, 2014 11:59 AM

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