New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg's administration announced Wednesday it had selected Alta, a company based out of Portland, Oregon, to run the city's ambitious bike-share program, but the official roll-out has been pushed back until the summer of 2012. No one's quite sure just how to integrate 600 rental stations and 10,000 bicycles into the crowded streets and sidewalks of New York.
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