Four BCycle bike sharing stations arrive, more to come

Bike sharing has come to the University this semester with four Houston BCycle stations across campus and more to come.

Houston BCycle is a non-profit bike share program with dozens of stations across Houston. After a year of planning between the University and Houston BCycle, the first stations began operating this semester with the hope of reducing greenhouse gas emissions.

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Henry Morris
Houston approves docked bike-share expansion

The Houston City Council has approved 39 new bike-share stations, giving the city a total of 97 stations and 767 bikes through the Houston BCycle network, reports the Houston Chronicle. A large portion of those stations will be inside the I-610 Loop, which includes the central business district and some gentrifying neighborhoods.

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Houston City Council Approves Major Bike Share Expansion

Under that expansion, the number of bike share stations will grow by close to 40. That will give Houston a total of 97 stations with the vast majority inside the 610 Loop.

That program is operated by Houston BCycle and it’s funded primarily through a federal grant. District J Council Member Mike Laster says he likes the way the program is being rolled out.

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Finding a smarter way to commute in Houston

Everyone knows Houston is a fast-paced city, but try telling that to the average H-Town commuter stuck in traffic.

It can be troublesome especially if you live in places like The Woodlands, Katy, Missouri City, and Pearland where the daily commute on average can be at least 30 minutes each way.

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