Mobile eyes bike-sharing service Gotcha to replace Lime

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MOBILE, Ala. (WKRG) — The City of Mobile may not be out of a bike-sharing service for long.

City officials on Tuesday revealed plans to bring Gotcha to the Port City. The announcement came just two months after Lime decided to pull bikes from Mobile to focus more on the scooter side of the business.

“If you want more transportation options – or you just love bikes! – I encourage you to reach out to your council representative and voice your support for Gotcha,” Mayor Sandy Stimpson tweeted on Tuesday.

The city council is expected to vote April 30 on the new agreement with Gotcha.

Gotcha is based in Charleston, South Carolina and has locations in several dozen cities, including Auburn, Alabama.

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