Policy primer: Should College Park go dockless?

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A white bicycle with black tires and fenders floats against a white backdrop.

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A PACE-mBike features a step-through frame and a large basket for carrying cargo.

College Park could become a pioneer for dockless bikes and scooters in Prince George's County. Under a proposal from its current bicycle sharing network provider, Zagster, College Park's mBike bikehsare service would be rebranded as PACE–mBike. Part of the rebrand would include the introduction of dockless bicycles and scooters,...
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