Little sympathy here for Chinese company eating a great deal of money in bikes that are no longer useful.
I have to laugh at the ingenuity of Dallas "vandals" who went to such lengths to hang the bikes from trees, lamp posts, put on billboards, etc.
Not so much the utter stupidity of the Dallas city "leaders". Hey, that undocked bicycle thing didn't work out, let's approve motorized replacements instead.
While Dallas’s long dockless bike-share nightmare may be over, a new mode of shared transportation may soon take its place—the scooter. According to the Dallas Morning News, the same council vote that effectively curtailed the bike-share explosion also opened the way for motorized scooter companies, which had previously been prohibited in Dallas.