The Washington Post

Fairfax is planning 13 bike stations in and around Reston Town Center. They could be up and running in late 2016.

New plan seeks to grow bikesharing in high-use areas and low-income communities.

After a failed, and long-delayed attempt to join Capital Bikeshare, the Prince George's city and the University of Maryland are pursuing their own system to launch next spring.

To clarify, the price tag covers both bikes and stations.

Capital Bikeshare users tend to be young, professional, and a vast majority of them white.

This is the bike network's first price increase since its 2010 launch.

Software upgrade for popular Capital Bikeshare program. Some services not available as upgrade is underway.

Capital Bikeshare officials say the deal will not create immediate changes in Washington's bike system.

After months with many orders on hold, Capital Bikeshare bought 25 used bike stations from Ottawa.

Capital Bikeshare says a problem with supplies has left it with no more member keys.

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