McAllen bike share will be offline starting Friday

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McAllen, Texas (KVEO)—The city of McAllen announced residents will not be able to use the McAllen BCycle bike share until the first week February.

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According to the city, all of the McAllen BCycle stations will be offline for the next two to three weeks.

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“We expect our hardware updates to be completed by the first week of February 2021,” McAllen BCycle said in the tweet.

McAllen B-Cycle launched with a total of eight stations and 80 bikes around the City that were funded in part by a Federal Transit Administration grant.

McAllen B-Cycle is the first bike-sharing program to launch in South Texas, and mirrors programs such as those in Austin, San Antonio, Fort Worth, Houston, and El Paso. T

The program complements the City’s existing public transportation system and provides residents and visitors, a healthy and convenient way to move around.

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