Bad weather, low fuel costs, and ride-hailing services may have played a role, a CDTA spokesperson told The Alt.
“As you can imagine there is a lot of behind the scenes work that has to happen before any decision is made,” a CDTA spokesperson said.
As of Thursday morning, 170 bikes were in circulation. But many more will soon be deployed.
No plans for trolley service in Troy this summer, though.
The recently adopted five-year capital plan reflects $2.35 million for the new type of vehicle.
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The Troy Community Land Bank board also approved the purchase of one parcel for the potential project on Wednesday.
The Alt's news and music editors discuss stories from last week.
The transit authority board held a special meeting Thursday related to the proposed transit hub in downtown Troy.
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Troy real-estate developer David Bryce has sued CDTA, seeking to block an eminent domain proceeding related to the planned Uncle Sam Transit Center.