Mayor Karl Dean announced Tuesday morning that a bigger and better bike share program is heading to Nashville.
The city is expanding its bike share system later this year to include 200 bikes available at 20 automated B-cycle kiosks.
Nashville B-cycle will be fee-based and designed for short trips. It will launch later this year, and will be managed by the Nashville Downtown Partnership.
There will be a series of public demonstrations to give the public a chance to test ride a B-cycle and learn more about the automated kiosk system.
Demonstrations will take place from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the following locations:
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