They said the goal was to get one station installed before the Cherry Blossom Festival. Not only did the cherry blossoms come quickly this year thanks to the good weather, but so did the station.
As it turns out, NPS and Capital Bikeshare exceeded that promise: a second station, at the Washington Monument, is also active today.
[Continue reading David Alpert’s post at Greater Greater Washington.]
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