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"one issue was that sponsors wanted to make sure the bikeshare technology was most advanced. if cabi's smartdock system starts to be frumpy, the value of that sponsorship declines."

oddly, there is advertising on the metro, in stations built in 1976. I'm sure advertising revenue from docks can be obtained, even if its not companies trying to show they are on the cutting edge.

and yes, that previous thread discussed virtual docks. They still do not have the full functionality of kiosks, nor do they address the issue of people who lack working smart phones.

by AWalkerInTheCity on Dec 19, 2012 11:02 am • linkreport

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