(Providence, RI) -- Providence is getting its first bike-sharing service. City officials said on Thursday that there will be four-hundred bikes provided by JUMP, which is owned by ride-share company Uber, next month. The initiative is being co-sponsored by Lifespan, Tufts Health Plan and the Rhode Island Public Transit Authority. There will be dozens of stations where riders can park and pick up the electric pedal-assist bikes.
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