Hoboken, Jersey City and Weehawken had announced that they planned to introduce New Jersey's
first bike-share network, "Bike and Roll". However the three Hudson County municipalities ultimately
went in two separate directions, with Hoboken and Weehawken planning to roll out 300 bikes between
them by the end of November and Jersey City hoping to bring 500 to 600 Citi Bikes to its streets by next year.
Read the NYT article here.
Times of Trenton editorial Princeton bike-sharing program at Dinky station is a great fit for community
in support of earlier article Princeton bike rental program set to launch in November with opening of Dinky station
One of the commenters refers repeatedly to the GMTMA's late, lamented "Freewheels" aka "Yellow Bikes" program
although it isn't clear whether said commenter ever participated in the program, either as a rider or as a fixer-upper.