In August, LimeBike rolled into Dallas as its first entry into the state and the company’s 6th market in the U.S., and has been working closely with Dallas city leaders, community organizations, and local businesses to expand coverage.
LimeBike aims to revolutionize mobility in cities and campuses by empowering residents with a greener, more efficient, and affordable transportation option that also improves urban sustainability. By partnering with local key stakeholders and systematically deploying a fleet of smart-bikes that are enabled with GPS, wireless technology, and self-activating locks, LimeBike will dramatically improve urban mobility by making the first and last mile faster, cheaper, and healthier for riders. Funded by Silicon Valley's leading VC firm Andreessen Horowitz, LimeBike is based in San Mateo, CA. Learn more at limebike.com.
The nation’s leading dockless bike-sharing service, LimeBike, is offering Hurricane Harvey evacuees who are staying in Dallas access to its bikes for free....
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