AURORA, Colo. -- Bright green and yellow bikes across Aurora are part of a dockless, ride-share program to get people where they need to go.
But that convenience is causing a headache for some residents, who say the bikes are left tipped over in the street.
Similar to Uber or Lyft, an app on smartphones can locate and unlock a LimeBike or Ofo bike to pay for a ride.
The pro for riders is they can leave them just about anywhere. They don’t need to find a dock station. But the con is not all riders are responsible with where they park them.
“I’ve seen them in the gutters. I’ve seen them toppled over on lawns and scattered,” Gene Heman said.
Heman is fed up with the green and yellow bikes.
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