By Hadas Kuznits

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Philadelphia’s Indego Bike Share program is offering a solution to those who have a difficult time finding a Center City bike dock during rush hour.

Cara Ferrentino –city of Philadelphia transportation systems policy manager — says the city’s bike share program has launched a new pilot imitative called “Valet Bike Parking:”

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“Normally, what happens if a station is full, you go to the next nearest station.”

And during certain hours, it may be difficult to find a bike dock. So she says now there’s another option: a bike station near the Comcast Center is accepting bikes during rush hour, even when all docks are full:

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“It is currently available from Monday through Friday, between the hours of 7:30am and 11am at 18th and JFK.”

Ferrentino says two street team members work the station:

“And they’re just able to accept bikes and have them parked right next to the station.”

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She says the program will run through September.