City taking over bike share program.

Thecity of Greenvilleis taking over the operations ofB-cyclelater this year. The bike share program began in 2013 as a partnership ofUpstate Foreverand Greenville Health System, nowPrisma Health-Upstate, and has grown to 10 stations and 50 bikes.

"We are proud that we have been able to offer the community a bike-sharing option for more than six years with nearly 24,000 rides taken and 11,000 unique users," Andrea Cooper, Upstate Forever executive director, said in a news release. "However, in light of our strategic plan and current direction, and as a matter of natural succession, it is time for us to give up the reins as Greenville's 'bike-share operator.' As an organization with a primary mission of land and water protection, it is critical that we focus our resources and time on...

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