Denver - Denver B-Cycle was the first large scale operation in the United States. The service began on Earth Day of this year with 500 bikes. 18,000 trips were taken in the first 2 months.
Minneapolis - NiceRide MN with 700 bikes kicked off on June 10th, 14,400 trips were recorded in the first 30 days.
Miami Beach - DECOBIKE with 100 stations and 1000 bikes will launch in August.
Washington DC and Arlington, VA - A greatly expanded program called Capital Bikeshare will replace SmartBike DC in September with 1100 bikes at 114 locations. The new program will be about 10 times larger than the present system.
Boston, MA - Received 3 Million dollars from the Federal Transit Administration to launch a program with 500 bikes at 50 stations. This will be the first US bike share program started up with federal transit funds. The projected launch date is in the Spring of 2011.
San Antonio, TX and Chicago, IL - Are working with B-Cycle to launch pilot programs in their respective cities. These are the first entries among the top 10 largest US cities.
Mexico City - The largest city on the continent launched Ecobici in February with 1100 bikes. The 100,000th trip was recorded three months later on May 15th.