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Category:Virtual choirs Category:Samples (technology) Category:Software synthesizersA new bike share company called Jump is about to take over the city's public bike-share system. Jump, which is launching its system in Seattle today, is a partnership between Motivate, a national bike-share company that has operated several programs in the past, and Alta Bicycle Share, an early leader in the public-bike industry. "It's a little bit hard to imagine now, but it will be a few years before we'll have these kinds of systems in every major city in the U.S.," Alta CEO Rick Reed said. "This is really the future of bike share." In the early days, Alta and Motivate partnered on programs in San Francisco and Portland. The goal was to create systems that would be attractive to cities in other regions as well. "We felt we had an opportunity to start up a system that was competitive, was really consumer driven, but also really attuned to a city and the market it was in," Reed said. "I think the arrival of Jump is really about us delivering on that opportunity." Jump is first going to be operating in the University District and U District Waterfront areas, where the city already has a bike-share system. It's also launching with a $1 million investment, and five-year contract to provide capital and in-kind services to Motivate, which will operate and maintain the bikes. The Jump bikes are a little different from other bike-share bikes. They are bright green and have a chrome-looking basket at the front. There's also a magnetic stripe on the back that holds Jump's keycard. The keycard looks like a credit card, but it's actually not. It's a one-time use card, so you can share it with multiple people. As a member, you use a keycard to unlock the Jump bike, then you just ride away. That keycard is then swiped through a keypad on the bike, which returns you a bike in the same place you left it. You can also lock your bike by swiping your keycard at a dock. The Jump bikes cost about $100, and they take standard U-locks. (Since launching, Jump is pushing that price up to $125, due to costs of dock batteries.) You can only use your keycard to


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