St. Louis city leaders are looking into bike sharing services.
Alderman Scott Olgivie sent out a tweet Tuesday morning about a bill that would allow dockless bike share operators.
The bikes will be available for anyone to use throughout the city. Customers will be able to unlock a bike from a rack through a smart phone app.
Cities such as Chicago and Washington, D.C. have already started using this service.
Most models offer single trips for a dollar or $7 to have the bike all day.
The bill in St. Louis has passed a committee. It is unknown when the bike sharing service will become available.
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