CHARLOTTE, N.C. - People in Charlotte now have more chances to participate in the city's bicycle sharing program.
Charlotte B-Cycle has opened up three new stations in uptown.
The stations are on Fourth and Cedar streets, Romare Bearden Park and South Tryon and Morehead streets.
The bike-sharing program launched in 2012 and allows people to check out bikes for trips around the city.
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