Since 2015, the Zagster Town Center bike share program has logged more than 40,000 trips, the CID added.
The CID, which is made up of commercial property owners within the district who tax themselves to pay for public infrastructure projects, said this month that it will also replace all 40 bikes in the program.
The bike share program will be offline during this time, and updates on when the bike share system will return to service will be made on the Town Center CID's Facebook page or the Zagster Town Center app.
The CID’s current bike share stations are along the 7.5-mile Noonday Creek Trail at Bells Ferry trail head, Town Center Mall, Aviation Park, Founder’s Park and Avonlea Apartments on Chastain Meadows Road.
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