Thursday, August 11, 2022

"Make the Right Call: Use 9-1-1 for Emergencies" in multiple languages

 Make the Right Call: Use 9-1-1 for Emergencies Traditional Chinese


Aug 11, 2022

「各位,請撥打正確的電話」網頁橫幅

請在緊急狀況下立即撥打9-1-1。該網站將幫助您瞭解應在何時將9-1-1作為您的緊急呼叫號碼,以及您怎樣做才能幫助接線員盡快派遣急救人員。我們全天候不間斷提供警務、消防、緊急醫療和心理健康服務。

什麼是緊急狀況?

緊急狀況對於不同的人來說有著不同的含義,應視具體情形而定。然而,在某些時候,人人都應向9-1-1求助。如遇以下情形,請立即撥打9-1-1:

  • 生命或財產面臨直接危險
  • 火災
  • 犯罪行為正在發生
  • 醫療緊急狀況
  • 有人需要心理健康服務

如果您不能打電話,請發送簡訊到9-1-1。僅限文字簡訊,不能包含照片或視頻。目前,只能用英語向9-1-1發送簡訊。

 

打電話時應該說什麼

一定要保持冷靜,這是最重要的一點。講話要清楚,要盡可能詳細地講述發生的事情以及您所在的位置,包括地址、主要十字路口或地標。提供這些資訊有助於接線員盡快派遣急救人員趕到現場。請記住,9-1-1的首要任務是為您提供所需的幫助。接線員不關心您的移民身份,也絕不會詢問。

 


非緊急資源


如果您沒有遇到迫在眉睫的緊急狀況,但仍然需要幫助,則可使用以下幾種資源:

Austin 3-1-1

撥打3-1-1或512-974-2000

當您撥打3-1-1時,Austin城市大使將接聽您的電話。全年都有城市大使全天候在崗,他們樂於回答您的任何詢問,或者協助您解決與Austin市政府部門或服務有關的問題。您還可以線上填寫服務請求以此獲得Austin市提供的多項服務。您還可以使用Austin 3-1-1移動應用程式來反映路面坑窪、塗鴉、流浪狗等問題。請瀏覽Austin 3-1-1網站,詳細瞭解其各項服務。

 

iReport Austin

瀏覽ireportaustin.com

您可以全年全天候使用Austin警察局(APD)的線上事件報告系統ireportaustin.com向Austin警察局報告非緊急事件。該門戶網站適用於報告非進行中的事件,即嫌疑人已離開現場或不在視線範圍內,或者生命或財產沒有面臨直接威脅。例如,您可以報告以下行為:

  • 襲擊或威脅
  • 威脅(恐怖威脅和威脅攻擊)
  • 入室盜竊
  • 故意損壞財物
  • 詐騙
  • 騷擾
  • 車禍中另一司機離開現場(肇事逃逸)
  • 涉及機動車的事故
  • 丟失物品
  • 偷竊

心理健康服務

撥打512-472-HELP (4357)

如果您或您認識的人正在經歷心理健康危機,或者需要立即尋求心理健康服務,可以撥打Integral Care的全天候心理健康危機熱線512-472-HELP (4357)獲得幫助。

如需詳細瞭解社區心理健康服務,請瀏覽Integral Care的網站

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Make the Right Call: Use 9-1-1 for Emergencies Urdu

Aug 11, 2022 02:35 pm

 

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ایمرجنسی میں 9-1-1 پر کال کرنے میں ہچکچاہٹ محسوس نہ کریں۔ یہ سائٹ آپ کو یہ سمجھنے میں مدد کرے گی کہ آپ کو 9-1-1 کو اپنی پہلی کال کب کرنی چاہیے اور کال کرنے والوں کی مدد کرنے کے لیے آپ کیا کر سکتے ہیں کہ جلد از جلد پہلے جواب دہندگان کو اپنے راستے پر بھیجیں۔  پولیس، فائر، ایمرجنسی میڈیکل، اور دماغی صحت کی خدمات ہفتے کے ساتوں دن 24 گھنٹے دستیاب ہیں۔

 

ایمرجنسی کیا ہے؟

حالات کے مطابق سے مختلف لوگوں کے لیے ایمرجنسی کا مطلب مختلف چیزیں ہو سکتی ہیں۔ بہر حال، بعض اوقات ایسے ہوتے ہیں کہ ہر کسی کو مدد کے لیے 9-1-1 پر کال کرنا چاہیے۔ 9-1-1 کو فوری طور پر کال کریں اگر ان صورت حال میں شامل ہو:

  • جان یا مال کے لیے فوری خطرہ
  • آگ لگی ہو
  • ایک جرم ہو رہا ہے۔
  • ایک طبی ایمرجنسی
  • کسی کو دماغی صحت کی خدمات کی ضرورت ہے۔

اگر آپ کال نہیں کر سکتے تو 9-1-1  پر ٹیکسٹ کریں۔ صرف ٹیکسٹ میسجز، تصاویر یا ویڈیوز شامل نہ کریں۔ 9-1-1 متن کے ذریعے، اس وقت صرف انگریزی میں دستیاب ہے۔  

جب آپ فون کرتے ہیں تو کیا کہنا ہے

سب سے اہم چیزوں میں سے ایک جو آپ کر سکتے ہیں وہ ہے پرسکون رہنا۔ واضح طور پر بات کریں اور جو کچھ ہو رہا ہے اس کے بارے میں اور آپ کے مقام کے بارے میں جتنی تفصیل ہو سکے فراہم کریں بشمول ایک پتہ، بڑے چوراہے یا نشانات۔ یہ معلومات فراہم کرنے سے کال کرنے والوں کو جلد از جلد منظر پر پہلا جواب دہندگان تک پہنچنے میں مدد ملتی ہے۔ یاد رکھیں، 9-1-1 کی اولین ترجیح آپ کو وہ مدد حاصل کرنا ہے جس کی آپ کو ضرورت ہے۔ کال لینے والوں کو اس سے کوئی سروکار نہیں ہے اور وہ کبھی بھی آپ کی امیگریشن حالت کے بارے میں نہیں پوچھیں گے۔


غیر ایمرجنسی وسائل


اگر آپ کو فوری طور پر ایمرجنسی نہیں ہے لیکن پھر بھی مدد کی ضرورت ہے تو کئی وسائل دستیاب ہیں:

آسٹن  3-1-1

3-1-1 یا 512-974-2000 ڈائل کریں۔

جب آپ 3-1-1 ڈائل کرتے ہیں، تو آپ کی کال کا جواب شہر کے آسٹن کے سفیر دیا جاتا ہے۔ سفیر کسی بھی سوال کا جواب دینے کے لیے دستیاب ہیں، یا آسٹن کا شہر کے محکموں یا خدمات سے متعلق آپ کو کسی بھی مسئلے میں مدد کے لیے دن کے 24 گھنٹے، ہفتے کے 7 دن، سال کے 365 دن دستیاب ہیں۔ آپ بہت سی آسٹن کا شہر خدمات کے لیے آن لائن سروس کی درخواست بھی مکمل کر سکتے ہیں۔ آپ گڑھوں، گریفیٹی، ڈھیلے کتوں اور مزید کی اطلاع دینے کے لیے آسٹن 3-1-1 موبائل ایپ بھی استعمال کر سکتے ہیں۔ اس کی تمام خدمات کے بارے میں مزید جاننے کے لیے آسٹن 3-1-1 ویب سائٹ دیکھیں۔ 

آئی رپورٹ آسٹن

ireportaustin.comملاحظہ کریں۔ 

آپ APD کے آن لائن حادثوں کی رپورٹنگ سسٹم ireportaustin.com کا استعمال کرتے ہوئے دن کے 24 گھنٹے، ہفتے کے ساتوں دن آسٹن پولیس ڈیپارٹمنٹ (APD) کے ساتھ غیر ہنگامی واقعات کی رپورٹ درج کر سکتے ہیں۔ پورٹل ان واقعات کے لیے ہے جو اب جاری نہیں ہیں، جب مشتبہ افراد منظر یا نظر میں نہیں ہیں، یا جب جان یا مال کو فوری طور پر کوئی خطرہ نہیں ہے۔ رپورٹوں کی مثالیں شامل ہیں:

 

  • حملہ یا دھمکیاں
  • دھمکیاں (دہشت گردی کا خطرہ اور دھمکی کے ذریعے حملہ)
  • چوری
  • جرمانہ شرارت
  • دھوکہ
  • ہراساں کرنا
  • حادثہ جس میں دوسرا ڈرائیور جائے وقوعہ چھوڑ رہا ہے (ہٹ اینڈ رن)
  • موٹر گاڑی سے متعلق واقعہ
  • گمشدہ جائیداد
  • چوری

دماغی صحت کی خدمات

  512-472 پر کال کریں۔ مدد (4357)

اگر آپ یا آپ کا کوئی جاننے والا ذہنی صحت کے بحران کی ضرورت کا سامنا کر رہا ہے، یا اسے دماغی صحت کی فوری خدمات کی ضرورت ہے، تو Integral Care 24/7 ذہنی صحت کے بحران کی ہاٹ لائن   512-472مدد کے  لیے (4357)  کے ذریعے مدد دستیاب ہے۔

کمیونٹی دماغی صحت کی خدمات کے بارے میں مزید معلومات کے لیے، Integral Care کی ویب سائٹ دیکھیں۔

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Make the Right Call: Use 9-1-1 for Emergencies-Spanish

Aug 11, 2022 01:58 pm

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En una emergencia, no dude en llamar al 9-1-1. Este sitio le explicará las situaciones en las que su primera llamada debe ser al 9-1-1 y qué puede hacer para ayudar a los operadores a enviar el personal de emergencia lo más pronto posible. Los servicios de policía, bomberos, emergencias médicas y salud mental están disponibles las 24 horas del día, los 7 días de la semana.

¿Qué es una emergencia?

Emergencia puede significar muchas cosas distintas para distintas personas, dependiendo de las circunstancias. Sin embargo, hay ciertos momentos en los que todos deben acudir al 9-1-1 para solicitar ayuda. Llame al 9-1-1 inmediatamente si la situación es:

  • Un peligro inmediato para la vida o propiedad
  • Un incendio
  • Un crimen en progreso
  • Una emergencia médica
  • Alguien que necesita servicios de salud mental

Si no puede llamar, envíe un texto al 9-1-1. Solo envíe mensajes de texto, no envíe fotos ni videos.  El servicio de texto del 9-1-1 solo está disponible en inglés en este momento.

 

Qué decir cuando llame

Una de las cosas más importantes que puede hacer es mantener la calma. Hable de manera clara y provea tantos detalles como sea posible sobre lo que está sucediendo y sobre la ubicación, incluyendo la dirección, intersecciones importantes o puntos de referencia. Proveer esta información ayuda a los operadores a enviar el personal de emergencia al lugar lo más rápido posible. Recuerde, la prioridad del 9-1-1 es enviarle la ayuda que usted necesita. A los operadores no les importa y NUNCA le preguntarán sobre su situación migratoria.

 

 


Recursos para situaciones que no son emergencias


Si no tiene una emergencia inmediata pero aún necesita asistencia, hay varios recursos disponibles:

Austin 3-1-1

Llame al 3-1-1 o al 512-974-2000

Cuando usted llama al 3-1-1, le atiende un embajador de la Ciudad de Austin.  Los embajadores pueden responder cualquier pregunta o asistir con cualquier asunto relacionado con los departamentos o servicios de la Ciudad de Austin y están disponibles las 24 horas del día, los 7 días de la semana, los 365 días del año. También puede completar una solicitud de servicio en línea para muchos servicios de la Ciudad de Austin. Además puede usar la aplicación móvil de Austin 3-1-1 para reportar huecos, grafitis, perros sueltos y más. Visite el sitio web de Austin 3-1-1 para conocer más sobre todos sus servicios.

 

iReport Austin

Visite ireportaustin.com

Puede presentar un reporte para incidentes que no son emergencia en el Departamento de Policía de Austin (APD) las 24 horas del día, los 7 días de la semana, todo el año, usando el sistema de reporte de incidentes en línea de APD: ireportaustin.com. El portal es para incidentes que ya no están en progreso, cuando los sospechosos ya no están en la escena o no los puede ver, o cuando no hay un peligro inmediato para la vida o propiedad. Entre los ejemplos de reportes se encuentran:

  • Agresiones o amenazas
  • Amenazas (amenaza terrorista o agresión por amenaza)
  • Entrada ilegal con fines delictivos
  • Delito contra la propiedad
  • Fraude
  • Acoso
  • Choque en el que el otro conductor abandona la escena
  • Incidente con un vehículo motorizado
  • Pérdida de propiedad
  • Hurto

Servicios de salud mental

Llame al 512-472-HELP (4357)

Si usted o alguien que conoce está pasando por una crisis de salud mental o si necesita servicios inmediatos de salud mental, hay ayuda disponible a través de la línea directa de crisis de salud mental de Integral Care . Llame al 512-472-HELP (4357) las 24 horas del día, los 7 días de la semana.

Para obtener más información sobre servicios de salud mental en la comunidad, visite el sitio web de Integral Care.


Entry of COVID-19 case backlog from largest surge yet is now complete

 

Data analysis and input continues for new wave of COVID-19 subvariants amidst monkeypox outbreak

AUSTIN, Texas – The COVID-19 omicron variant is responsible for the pandemic’s largest surge yet, leaving Austin Public Health (APH) Epidemiology and IT Units with thousands of case reports to cross-check. APH staff explored ways to automate the data entry process to ensure dashboard data is as timely and accurate as possible. The new process rolled out in phases over the last several months. Thursday afternoon’s dashboard update includes an additional 5,878 cases—the final batch from the backlog.  

Austin-Travis County’s COVID-19 Surveillance Dashboard now reflect a more complete view of the scope of infections throughout the pandemic. The area continues to experience a second wave of omicron infections spurred by subvariants BA.5 and BA.4. The initial omicron surge in January and February resulted in an influx of more than 70,000 new cases and presented challenges to an already taxed public health system.  

"We thank the APH staff members who continued to work diligently throughout this pandemic in an effort to process the cases received during this unprecedented omicron surge,” said Chief Epidemiologist Janet Pichette. “This information is key to understanding the impact of COVID-19 on our community and strengthening planning and response efforts.” 

The backlogged cases appear on the Surveillance Dashboard’s epi curve on the date of onset/test collection for the case. The 5,878 cases were distributed over several months. 

  

Thursday’s update also highlights the loss the community is experiencing as a result of COVID-19. Epidemiologists investigated and verified COVID-19-related deaths and confirmed the person’s community of residence. These investigations involved cross-referencing with state records, tracking down lab results and confirming medical records.   

The assessment resulted in an additional 138 COVID-19-deaths, bringing Austin-Travis County’s total to 1,718. The deaths appear on the dashboard on the year in which they occurred:  

  • 14 in 2020  
  • 99 in 2021 
  • 25 in 2022  

“The work we’re doing to ensure the accuracy of COVID-19 data collection is essential to understanding just how devastating this virus has been and continues to be,” said Austin Public Health Director Adrienne Sturrup. “Each death represents someone’s family member, a beloved friend, a trusted coworker. We must continue working to limit the spread of COVID-19 and protect each other.” 

After a decline in COVID-19-related deaths in April and May (11 deaths), Austin-Travis County reports 25 lives lost in June and July. COVID-19 remains one of the leading causes of death in the community. Getting up to date with COVID-19 vaccines is still the best way to protect against serious illness and death. Visit Vaccines.gov / Vacunas.gov to find a provider near you. 

Free COVID-19 tests  

APH encourages testing before and after gatherings, especially if you plan to be in close contact with individuals who are at risk. APH's Metz Elementary testing site (84 Robert T. Martinez Jr. St., Austin, TX 78702) provides free PCR and rapid antigen tests. A third round of free mail-order COVID-19 test kits is available through the federal government.  

Free masks (N-95 respirators)  

Use the CDC’s mask-locator tool to find pharmacies near you that provide free masks (N95 respirators). It does not show current inventories, so check with the location for availability.  

About Austin Public Health  

Austin Public Health is the health department for the City of Austin and Travis County. Austin Public Health works to prevent disease, promote health and protect the well-being of all by monitoring and preventing infectious diseases and environmental threats and educating about the benefits of preventative behaviors to avoid chronic diseases and improve health outcomes. 

Wednesday, August 10, 2022

Council calls on Federal Lawmakers to end Corporate Personhood

The Austin City Council has reaffirmed its commitment to a national campaign to amend the U.S. Constitution to end corporate personhood.
 
The nationwide “Move to Amend” effort aims to reverse a 2010 U.S. Supreme Court decision that recognized corporations as people with First Amendment rights to spend unlimited amounts of money on political campaigns.
 
Council Member Kathie Tovo sponsored the July 28 resolution with cosponsors Council Members Leslie Pool, José ‘Chito’ Vela and Ann Kitchen.

“Current and past Supreme Court rulings have given corporations the green light for polluting our air and water, denying health care coverage of birth control pills for employees and trampling on what’s left of consumer protection rights,” Tovo said. “It’s time that federal lawmakers end corporate personhood and level the playing field so all individuals can have equal access to the political process.”

Council Member Pool said, “The Supreme Court’s ruling that corporations are ‘persons’ and thus entitled to contribute to elections was not only wrong on the law, but directly counter to the ‘by the people, for the people’ principle upon which our country is founded. With corporations giving millions of dollars to elections, corporate power is unstoppable, trampling that of average citizens. ‘Money is free speech’ is nothing more than an excuse to let corporations control politics.”

Council Member Vela noted, "Corporate voices don't need to dominate politics, especially when they have more power than the voices of the people. I support Council Member Tovo's resolution, and I thank her for bringing it forward."

Council Member Kitchen said, “It’s un-democratic for corporations to have First Amendment protections that allow them free rein in financing elections, determining their outcomes, and influencing policy.”  
 
Council’s reaffirmation follows a 2014 City Council resolution calling for an end to corporate personhood, which the Council subsequently included in its 2015 federal legislative agenda.
 
"We are delighted that Austin is joining the hundreds of communities and hundreds of thousands of individuals across the nation who are demanding an end to corporate personhood and the false “money is free speech” doctrine that the Supreme Court rendered in its disastrous Citizens United ruling,” said Colin Clark, a leader in the local campaign effort. “Austin Move to Amend applauds the City Council for recognizing this important issue for the future of our democracy.”

Tuesday, August 9, 2022

Increased traffic expected as students head back to school

 

A child bikes to school with her father during an event in May hosted by Austin Public Works' Safe Routes to School program at Blanton Elementary School. 

Students at school districts across Austin return to class the week of August 15 and the University of Texas begins the new year August 22. As parents, students and teachers get back into the school year routine, expect traffic volumes to increase from their summer levels. 

Last fall after school returned, travel times on the city's street network increased by 8-10% during the morning peak period, mid-day and evening.

After traffic volumes overall dropped significantly in 2020 during the onset of the pandemic, they have consistently increased since and now are approaching their pre-pandemic levels. There were more vehicles on Austin streets in the summer of 2022 than there were in 2021, so expect travel times to get longer after the school year begins. 

Consider setting up a carpool or bicycle group with neighbors to help everyone get to school safely and create a more sustainable school commute.

City of Austin, Travis County Declare Monkeypox a Public Health Emergency

 

Declarations bring awareness to disease, allow for additional resources 

The City of Austin and Travis County declared monkeypox a public health emergency on Tuesday as the number of cases in Austin-Travis County continues to rise. Immediate action must be taken to curb the spread of the disease in our community. 

The declarations will be found here: 

Last week, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services announced it was declaring the spread of monkeypox as a public health emergency. Austin and Travis County join Dallas County in the list of Texas jurisdictions to declare monkeypox a health emergency.  

“We have the opportunity to stop the spread of monkeypox in our community. While we await more vaccines from the state, we’re asking the community to do what they know works,” said Dr. Desmar Walkes, Austin-Travis County Health Authority. “Limiting close contact with those you don’t know, covering as much of your skin as possible when going to events and wearing well-fitting masks will help to protect yourself from this disease.” 

Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS) allocated 3,000 JYNNEOS monkeypox vaccine doses to Austin Public Health (APH). As the JYNNEOS vaccine requires two courses, the limited supply provides enough vaccine for only 1,500 people.  

When vaccine is provided by the state, it is required to follow the criteria of the Texas Department of State Health Services and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. As required, APH is evaluating those who are high-risk close contacts to monkeypox cases for vaccination eligibility.  

Only those who had a sexual partner in the past 14 days who was diagnosed with monkeypox or those who had multiple sexual partners in the past 14 days in a jurisdiction with known monkeypox are currently eligible to receive the vaccine. 

“Monkeypox is a serious disease that is causing physical and mental anguish for patients. Not only does someone experience pain, they have to deal with all the hardships that come with isolating for as many as 28 days,” said Austin Public Health Director Adrienne Sturrup. “We can beat this disease by following simple precautions that reduce the spread and keep each other safe.”

You can protect yourself from monkeypox by: 

  • Being fully clothed and avoiding skin-to-skin contact with strangers.  
  • Limiting close and or/intimate contact to people you know.  
    • Close contact includes sharing items like drinks and blankets. 
  • Wearing well-fitting masks in close quarters when social distancing isn’t possible to reduce sharing mouth/nasal fluids for prolonged periods. 
  • Being aware of monkeypox symptoms. Along with rash, symptoms include fever, headache and muscle aches, chills, and swollen lymph nodes.
  • Washing your hands and using hand sanitation often.  
  • Staying home if you feel sick or experience any symptoms

“My hope today is that this declaration will drive more state and federal resources to Austin and Travis County,” said Travis County Judge Andy Brown. “We also want the public to be aware of the symptoms and risks associated with monkeypox. With colleges, universities, and schools coming back, and festival season beginning, it is imperative for everyone to do their part to protect themselves and their loved ones.” 

Anyone who believes they are a close contact with someone who has tested positive for monkeypox should reach out to their health care provider. Those without access to health care may call APH at 512-972-5560 for information. 

“We can slow the spread of monkeypox by focusing on our behaviors. Lessons learned from our recent history teach us that we are safer when we maintain good hygiene, like washing hands, and avoiding multiple (especially intimate) physical interactions,” said Austin Mayor Steve Adler. “We're fortunate that a vaccine already exists and we urgently need more of it.” 

As of Tuesday, August 9, there are nine confirmed cases and 59 presumptive cases of monkeypox in Austin-Travis County. These numbers are updated weekly online

Try transit to see Austin FC push for the playoffs

 


In just its second Major League Soccer season, Austin FC is aiming to make the club’s first appearance in the MLS Cup Playoffs.

The club sits in second place in the Western Conference with ten matches remaining in the regular season – seven teams qualify for the MLS Cup Playoffs beginning in October.

Austin FC plays three of its next four matches at home this month, and the best way to get to Q2 Stadium is by rail, bus, biking or walking. If you have not taken public transportation in Austin before, trying it out for a trip to see a match is a great way to get introduced.
  • MetroRail: The Kramer Red Line station is a short walk from Q2 Stadium. Soon, fans will be able to take the Red Line directly to the stadium grounds. CapMetro broke ground on the forthcoming McKalla Station in July.
  • MetroBus: Routes 3, 383, 392 and 803 all run near the stadium and CapMetro provides increased frequencies on these routes for game days. Use CapMetro’s trip planner to find the route that works best for you
  • Bike: Q2 Stadium provides a free bike valet at the east side of the stadium. Drop off your bike with the attendant and have peace of mind when you go into the stadium to cheer for the verde-and-black.
For more information on ways to access Q2 Stadium on match days, visit Austin FC’s mobility website and CapMetro’s special service website.

Newly approved agreement lays groundwork for MetroBike expansion

 


Under an extended agreement approved by Austin City Council and the CapMetro Board of Directors, the MetroBike program is set to expand significantly in the future. 

According to the Interlocal Agreement, CapMetro will take over 100% of daily operations and maintenance while the City of Austin will continue to provide oversight of the program and ownership of the assets.

This will allow for the necessary staff resources to oversee a program that is growing in popularity with Austinites. In 2013, the program, then called Austin B-Cycle, had 11 stations and 100 bicycles. Now, MetroBike has 79 stations with 500 pedal bicycles and 347 e-bikes. While e-bikes make up just over 40% of the total MetroBike fleet, they account for approximately 80% of all trips. 

Under the extended agreement between the City and CapMetro, the MetroBike fleet is poised to fully electrify in the future. It will also expand, adding three times more stations and bicycles, while extending outside the downtown core. 

You can learn more about MetroBike and find a map of stations here.

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