Denver's got a pretty awesome bike sharing program in the works. It's all scheduled to go live on Earth Day, 2010.
Today, Denver University launched their "bike library" b-cycle station.
According to the denvergov.org link above, DU is already scheduled to get bike kiosks as part of the plan as it exists.
I'm wondering if these two kiosks they now have are going to be it for them, of if they're planning on having a few more kiosks by Earth Day.
And what kind of pull, sway, or influence does a "student campaign" have with the city of Denver and with Bike Share Denver that a "professional, grown-up campaign," like, say, bikedenver.org doesn't?
If all it takes to fast track your bike kiosks are some volunteer hours and a few cash donations, then sign me up, yall.
Don't get me wrong. I'm happy for all the DU students.
I'm just jealous they got to open their toys before Christmas