LimeBike, a bike-sharing company, is terminating its contract with the City of Mobile.

Expanding to Mobile in 2018, the company is requesting that the contract be terminated by March 15, 2019.

A spokesperson for the City of Mobile confirmed the information on Wednesday. According to the official, "It's a business decision."

LimeBike launched in August of last year with 500 bikes. 

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