“Saw that this issue came up and want to let you know that throughout the process of switching to lock-to, we’ve advocated every step of the way for more bike racks, parking corrals, and safe streets infrastructure.
We are glad DDOT has added 800 bike racks this year per their 9/27 release and plans to add 1000 in 2022.
We continue to believe the key to lock-to working is more bike racks, and the key to transportation success in the city generally is more safe streets infrastructure.
We hope the District will take the opportunity in this moment to expand parking locations like bike racks and parking corrals. Lock-to works when the infrastructure to support it is there, and we look forward to working with the District to continue building safe streets and micromobility parking infrastructure.”
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