LOS ANGELES (AP) — A privately-funded bicycle sharing program kicks off in downtown Los Angeles in April.
Bike Nation says the eventual citywide system will have 4,000 bikes and 400 kiosks in the city.READ MORE: Student Fights Off Suspect In Violent Overnight Attack Near Chapman University Dorm: 'I Chased Him Back Up The Stairs, Cursing Him Out'
Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa and Los Angeles Clippers player Caron Butler were on hand Thursday for the announcement that the bike-share program will debut downtown in April.READ MORE: Greater-Alarm Fire Collapses Commercial Building In Boyle Heights
The program will not be subsidized by taxpayers.Family Of Man Killed In DUI Crash Outraged Driver Spent Only One Week In Jail
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