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Chattanooga
Originally planned for fall 2011, Chattanooga's 300-bike system has had months of delays. Most of its 30 stations are now on the ground in what's said to be the final testing phase before its official launch. Alta Bicycle Share, the same company that will run New York City's system, is overseeing operations.


By Anne VanderMey, reporter @FortuneMagazine - Last updated July 19 2012: 8:49 AM ET
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