The US Department of Transportation (DOT) has announced a new initiative aimed at increasing the safety of bicycles.
The program will include a “bike sharing program that will allow you to pay a $1-per-kilometer (1/4 mile) fee to have your bike tracked on the map.”
The DOT is working to launch a bike sharing program called BikeSmart that will provide users with the ability to track their bike, as well as provide access to a safe area to use your bike. “
We are also taking a strong stance against bicycle theft and promoting safer ways to share bicycles across our community.”
The DOT is working to launch a bike sharing program called BikeSmart that will provide users with the ability to track their bike, as well as provide access to a safe area to use your bike.
The system will also include bike helmets and protective clothing.
In its announcement, the DOT said the program will work by combining existing bike safety technologies like GPS tracking, smart locks, and GPS-based sensors to create a bike safety system that can be accessed and used by anyone.
The program will also allow for an increased number of bicycle-sharing locations throughout the city, which will include locations where people can ride their bikes in safety.
The program is currently under testing in the San Francisco Bay Area and Washington, D.C. The goal is to get the bike sharing system into cities where it’s safe to do so, Layton said.
“We will also be expanding the scope of our program to include other parts of the country in the future, including New York City, Chicago, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Seattle, San Diego, and Boston,” he added.
“This new program will allow for a wide range of people to participate, which is critical for building a safe and sustainable bike share system in the city of Boston.”