Bronx news, Jump has provided 15,000 rides on the mainland since the start of the pilot program

Lime has served 70,000 rides—and 20,000 riders—at its two locations during the life of the program. Jump counts 15,000 trips in the Bronx and 20,000 on Staten Island, and says its bikes have averaged five trips per day in the Bronx and two on Staten Island.

And Citi Bike has 

Citi Bike says nearly 1,000 riders have tried its dockless bikes in the Bronx.

"The pilot has been enough of a test case to show that this is something that really works," said Gil Kazimirov, general manager of Lime. "The next phase is figuring out how to expand it beyond a couple of service zones."

More ebikes in a hilly borough makes sense to me.

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