Bike Share Bikes Appearing Where They Aren't LegalCBS11 found bikes from bike share companies lined up in Fort Worth where they are not allowed.
Dallas, Plano Getting Serious About Regulating Bike Share CompaniesBoth Dallas and Plano city leaders believe a little regulation and a lot of competition will ultimately force the booming market to settle down.
Plano Prepares To Implement Rules For Bike Share CompaniesWith five new bike share companies in Dallas, the sudden flood of bikes, sometimes cluttering walkways, have prompted complaints that nearby suburbs like Plano want to avoid.
Denton Moves To Require Permits For Bike Share CompaniesOne North Texas city is moving forward to require permits for all of the emerging bikeshare companies.
Highland Park Cracking Down On Bike Share CompaniesThe brightly colored bikes have been dumped on sidewalks, on lawns, and left in packs on street corners. And some people who live in the Highland Park area of Dallas there say they are a nuisance and an eyesore. 
Highland Park Takes On Bikes Abandoned By Bike Share UsersA new ordinance approved by officials in Highland Park is taking aim at so-called "orphan" bikes left abandoned on their streets by bike share users.
Fort Worth Launches Bike Share ProgramThey call it the longest, last mile - the distance from where you get off the bus in Fort Worth - to your final destination. But the city is rolling out a bike share program where the bikes will be waiting for you to rent when you get there.