Bike-Share Station Rollout Continues, Plus a Glimpse of Bikes Ready to Go

A Bay Area Bike Share van spotted in Palo Alto. Photo: Bruce Halperin

Bay Area Bike Share stations continue to pop up in Palo Alto and Redwood City, according to the social media buzz.

Bruce Halperin spotted crews with the van shown in the above photo installing stations at the Palo Alto Caltrain station. As we reported, San Francisco’s stations are due to start rolling out next week.

A photo showing the first glimpse of the bikes dressed up and ready to go in the warehouse was also posted on the official BABS feed.

Things are getting real.

Photo: ##https://twitter.com/SFBayBikeShare/status/367758419186286592##@SFBayBikeShare/Twitter##

Downtown Palo Alto. Photo: ##https://twitter.com/jarkatmu/status/367754826580373504/photo/1##@jarkatmu/Twitter##

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