The city might invoke its authority over companies doing business in public space – in this case, making money from bikes parked at public bike staples.
The user-owned bike share system due to launch in Portland in September says participants won’t have to pump the tires in any bikes shared on their network.
A Portland listing on Spinlister. It’s been almost one year since we first told you about Spinlister, an online service that let’s you list your bike for rent. Now the service is out of beta mode and has officially launched. And folks in Portland are wasting no time putting it to use. Here’s more from … Read more
By now you’ve probably heard about peer-to-peer carsharing; but what about the same concept for bikes? The State of Oregon passed a law back in June (HB 3149) that makes it easier for private citizens to rent/share their cars with others. The law goes into effect in January and companies like Getaround Inc. are already … Read more