What to do when Ofo becomes an oh no

Last spring, Texas A&M partnered with Ofo Bike Share Systems to offer the yellow bikes as an alternative mode of travel on and around campus. Unfortunately, the bikes have turned up in a multitude of unintended locations such as grassy areas, sidewalks, roadways – even treetops.

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Photo by zhou shuai on Unsplash

Reminder: Users must park dockless bikes in the geo-fence zone that encompasses the area in and around campus.

Continued at http://www.cstx.gov

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