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Bicycle sharing program coming to Nashville

The city of Nashville will be launching a pilot bike share program, starting with a fleet of 30 bikes and expanding to thousands of bikes citywide by next spring., The Tennessean reports.

Money for the program comes in the form of a $300,000 investment, taken from a multi-million dollar grant from the U.S. Health and Human Services Department.

The city has built two pilot bike stations where residents will be able to borrow a bike after providing some information.

Also in the works is a series of automated solar-powered bike racks around town that participants could access with a swipe of a card once they registered for the program.

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