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LimeBike of San Mateo, California, is one of four dockless bike-sharing firms the District Department of Transportation is hosting in a seven-month pilot program. Dockless bikes do not need to chained or parked in a specific location. They use a self-locking mechanism that can be accessed by a smartphone app. (Julia Airey/The Washington Times)

LimeBike of San Mateo, California, is one of four dockless bike-sharing firms the District Department of Transportation is hosting in a seven-month pilot program. Dockless bikes do not need to chained or parked in a specific location. They use a self-locking mechanism that can be accessed by a smartphone app. (Julia Airey/The Washington Times)

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