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Toronto doubles the size of bike share program

If you're looking to bike around Toronto, but don't want to invest in a CervĂŠlo, you'll soon be able to cycle through the city with ease thanks to our souped-up bike-sharing system.

As CBC News reports today, the Toronto Parking Authority will now use PBSC Urban Solutions to bring 1,000 new bicycles and 120 new stations to the city this year, more than doubling the number of bikes that are currently available.

Cities such as Montreal, New York and London already use PBSC Urban Solutions for their rather extensive bike-sharing programs.

The city announced it'd be expanding its bike-sharing system last year, and now it's looking like this is finally coming to fruition.

Photo by Chris Yao in the blogTO Flickr pool.


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