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City Seeks Feedback On Bike-Sharing Program

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CHICAGO (CBS) — The City of Chicago wants to hear from you about how to make its new bike-sharing program more convenient.

It has set up a website to solicit suggestions about where to put 300 new bike-sharing stations.

The program will start next spring- and you can pick up a bike at one station- and drop it off at another for about $7 a day.

Organizers hope suburban commuters, who take the train and then pick up a bike to ride the rest of the way to work, would be a target market.

LISTEN: WBBM Newsradio’s Terry Keshner Reports

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