DENTON (1080 KRLD) – One North Texas city is moving forward to require permits for all of the emerging bike share companies.

The Denton City Council says the proposed ordinance is a response to complaints about the recent influx of bike share company bikes blocking streets, sidewalks, and business entrances.

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Reports say the Denton ordinance could require Geo-fencing, forcing users to park bikes in approved corrals through the bike share smartphone app.

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With that feature, the bikes can’t be unlocked outside those areas.

According to reports, bike share companies could lose their permit if they take too long re-positioning bikes, or responding to complaints of bikes being abandoned. The company could also lose their permit if the city has to impound too many bikes in a certain period of time.

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The council is expected to vote on new requirements next week.