SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency on Friday announced an agreement with the bike-sharing program Bay Wheels to provide 4,000 stationless e-bikes throughout the city.

The rollout of the e-bikes, operated by Lyft, will begin in December and go through April 2020.

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The e-bikes will work as hybrids that can be docked at stations but will also be able to be locked to bike racks around the city.

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There are currently 4,500 bikes operating in the city under SFMTA’s contract with Bay Wheels, so the new agreement will increase that number to 8,500.

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