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Uber Invests in Dockless Scooter and Bike Startup Lime

Dockless scooter and bicycle startup Lime has a new ally in the fight for bike lane dominance: Uber.

The San Francisco startup announced Monday that Uber made a “sizable investment” in the company as part of a $335-million funding round, and that Uber customers will soon be able to rent a Lime scooter through the Uber app. A Lime spokesperson said details of the partnership are still being hashed out, and there isn’t yet a start date.

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