Where the pedals fall: What Monday’s bike share ruling means

On Monday Seattle city leaders decided to make the bike-share program that’s taken over the city official — and now the bright bikes that litter sidewalks across the city will look a little different.

To start, some history: Once introduced last year, the dockless bike share program took off. Before long Seattle had 1,000 bikes, and was expanding to surrounding areas, thanks to the fact that the city had some 22 percent of the nation’s bike-share bikes — which now clocked in closer to 10,000 in Seattle.

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