Tuesday, January 12, 2021

Kansas City Bikes Soon To Litter Streets

Here's another bad idea from local transit activists who plan dump their junk all over sidewalks very much like the scooter companies.

Watch you step and realize that that almost every "green" idea will garner consideration over the next two years.

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Kansas City bike share program goes dockless

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - You can now rent and return a bicycle from the RideKC Bike Share program anywhere by using an app. In 2020, the program eliminated the docking system it's used since its inception in 2012. Eric Vaughan, BikeWalkKC's director of bike share and business services, said the new layout allows for more flexibility.

13 comments:

Anonymous said...

More sh*t on the sidewalks. Great.

Anonymous said...

Correction to Correction
Useless LITTER on KC Streets to now include Bikes.

Anonymous said...

^^Fatasses who would never dream of riding a bike complaining about a bike share program in their city, news at 10.

Anonymous said...

What a great idea! Hit them with frozen liters and litter the streets with them! Thanks!

Anonymous said...

I like that. Frozen paintballs work really well too.

Anonymous said...

Aim for the face!

Anonymous said...

Just remember Eric Bunch when election time rolls around!!!!

Anonymous said...

Correction to the Correction to the Correction

Bikes Join Sh*t on Littering Streets

Anonymous said...

pretty affordable to get a bike nowadays

lots of used places, nonprofit bike co op type things nowadays are plentiful, craigslist, facebook marketplace, etc

some places give you a bike for free

just saying, is there a need for this program, to justify the cost?

what is the number of people who want to ride a bike but have not got one? must be pretty small number and it could be addressed by a more targeted approach than, literally, scattering bikes across town

bad public policy - maybe not hurting anyone, just ineffective, wasteful, stupid really, makes people think they are doing something when they are doing nothing substantive at all.

Anonymous said...

Buy your own bike fat ass.

Anonymous said...

^^^

LOL on ALL of these comments.

Nice to know you guys still have a sense of humor!

Topeka Reader said...

So who's funding these bikes? Topeka had a bike sharing program that ended do to lack of funding.

Anonymous said...

Quick, someone notify Eric "panties in a" Bunch. I'm sure he's got a solution for this latest bike (non) crisis.