Many cities have bike-sharing programs that allow people to check out a bike at a kiosk with a credit card or a membership card. Most cities list kiosk locations and bike availability via smartphone app. Bikes can be returned at another kiosk at the rider’s destination, where they can then be used by someone else. Bikes kept for more than the pre-arranged time limit cost extra. Bike-sharing programs address at least two concerns of regular bike use by providing a high-quality, well-maintained bike and a secure and convenient place to park it. Kiosks are often located on wide sidewalks, in vehicle parking lots, or within roadway parking spaces.