February 22, 2012
Mayor's Press Office
Hubway, the bike-sharing program that debuted in Boston last summer, will roll out once again in early March, officials said.
This week, workers began re-installing some of the program's bicycle-borrowing kiosks at locations across the city, said Nicole Freedman, who heads the city's Boston Bikes program, which helped initiate the New Balance Hubway bike-share system that began late last July.
Like last year, there will be 60 stations and about 600 bikes in total once Hubway fully launches, she said in a phone interview today. Most stations will be in the same spots as a year ago, though there may be some tweaks in an effort to optimize usage, she said...