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Explain why DC area would be ripe for such a service. For example, is it because of a pre-existing network of bike routes as well as bike-friendly public transportation? There must be some sources which address this.
Explain who "owns" CABi? If it is controlled by a Board, how is the Board selected and what is its size:?
"The program was a public-private partnership between the District of Columbia Department of Transportation and the advertising firm Clear Channel Outdoor." - from the SmartBike article. Can we make a similar statement about CaBi?
Explain who will pay the ongoing subsidy after the grant runs out.
Have there been any follow up news stories documenting public acceptance?
File:CapitalBikeshare Logo.jpg - your fair use rationale is adequate. But it is not clear to me who actually owns CaBi, and if it is a federal agency, this may be a free image under a different rationale.