Boston’s bike sharing program “The Hubway” returns

The Hubway, Boston’s bike sharing program, which rolled into town in 2011 was expected to be successful, but all expectations were shattered when thousands joined. Analysts quickly revised their statistics saying within the first 3 months, the system could see 100,000+ station-to-station trips making it one of the most successful bike sharing programs in the country.

The overwhelming demand coupled with a warmer than expected winter (most importantly without snow) has the Hubway hinting many stations will be in service by March 1, 2012.

If you would like to find out more about Boston’s bike sharing program or if you would like to join the Hubway, visit their website at thehubway.com. You can also follow them on twitter at: @hubway.

2 responses to “Boston’s bike sharing program “The Hubway” returns

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