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Hubway program entering a peak cycle

In its first month, Boston’s European-style bicycle sharing system pedaled past expectations. In its first month, Boston’s European-style bicycle sharing system pedaled past expectations. (Dina Rudick/Globe Staff)
February 26, 2012
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In this week’s Starts & Stops: Though Hubway stations are not officially supposed to appear until Thursday and won’t be stocked with bikes until March 15, some have already been cropping up like late-winter crocuses, in anticipation of the Boston bike-sharing system’s first full season. In an abbreviated inaugural run in 2011, Hubway users recorded 142,155 station-to-station trips, from a debut July 28 to Hubway’s November dismantling for winter. Plus, more on local bike infrastructure, and MBCR records its best month in years.

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