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Zagster bikes lined up on Mt. Hope Avenue at Collegetown are pictured in this 2017 file photo. (Photo: TINA MACINTYRE-YEE, @tyee23/staff photographer)

Bike-share could return to Rochester — and launch in the suburbs or local college campuses — as early as next month.

The city’s program would roll out on a limited basis alongside a wider network aligned with the Regional Transit Service. The debut of e-scooters also is in the offing.

Rochester is, in essence, piggybacking on three-year deal that Florida-based CycleHop, doing business as HOPR, made with the Rochester-Genesee Regional Transportation Authority earlier this year for a pedal and electric bike-share program.

Both efforts are still works in progress.

In the city, the program start will be limited, seen more as a trial run in preparation for a full launch in the spring, said Alex Yudelson, chief of staff to Rochester Mayor Lovely Warren.

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