PedalShare Tabbed For County Bike-Rental Program - 27 East

PedalShare Tabbed For County Bike-Rental Program

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Southampton based PedalShare has won a county contract to provide bike sharing services in various tows.

Southampton based PedalShare has won a county contract to provide bike sharing services in various tows.

authorStephen J. Kotz on Sep 14, 2020
PedalShare, a company with Southampton roots, will replace Boston-based Zagstar in the Bethpage Ride bicycle sharing program sponsored by Suffolk County and Bethpage Federal Credit Union. The company will provide... more

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