Nine new stops are added to Baltimore's Bike Share program this month, but not all of the stations are open yet.
Officials say until posters are placed at one of the new stations, it can't be used but will open soon.
Back in September, the program had to shut down for maintenance and equipment upgrades after dozens of bikes were stolen or damaged over the summer.
The program relaunched in October with improved GPS technology and new paint and hardware.
Some of the new locations include Betty Hyatt Park in Upper Fells Point, the Charles Center Metro Station and outside the Varsity on Biddle Apartments in Mount Vernon.