San Francisco e-bike riders' penchant for locking their Bay Wheels wherever they damn well please is about to cost them some serious dough.
A host of pricing changes are coming to the Lyft-operated platform as of March 2. Perhaps the most notable of which includes a brand new $2 locking fee for riders who choose to ignore available dock spaces in favor of using built-in cables to lock the e-bikes to racks or street signs. In other words, use a docking station or pay up.
Pretty simple, right? It will be cheaper for riders to leave e-bikes at stations as opposed to scattered about, thus helping to ensure bikes are easier to find, maintain, and charge. But wait, we're not done yet. Read more...More about Lyft, E Bikes, Bike Share, Tech, and Transportation
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