Citibike to Expand to Jersey City as Hoboken's Bike Share Goes it Alone

July 15, 2015

“But the Hoboken system has its drawbacks as well, according to Michael Smart, a professor in the Bloustein School at Rutgers who specializes in transportation policy. Smart-lock systems can sometimes make it tough to find an available bike, and docking stations have ample room for advertisements, which makes those systems easier to find sponsors.”

New Jersey Public Radio / WNYC News, July 15

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