The City Council votes Monday on whether to expand the popular program - adding 27 stations around Denver that officials hope will boost ridership by 212 percent.
But one councilman is disappointed that stations aren't going into poor or minority neighborhoods.
Councilman Paul Lopez, who represents a mostly Latino district in southwest Denver, has been the lone vote against the expansion, saying the 2-year-old bike-sharing program should be for everyone.
"This shouldn't be just for people who can afford it," Lopez said. "It's truly sad that just one (of the stations) is in west Denver. That truly says something."
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