Sandra Brecher, chief of commuter services at the Montgomery County Department of Transportation, said in part, "...we are very close to the finish line," and, "...everything is on target on our timeline."
It's been previously mentioned the popular program would be up-and-operational by summer's end; though an exact date had actually been given.
The kick-off event may feature Maryland state officials, and many local fixtures like County Executive Ike Leggett (he leaves on September 15 for a 10-day China trip).
If all indications are correct, Montgomery County residents can look for release with the first two weeks of September.
Membership sign up is currently taking place prior to the release. In the spring Brecher announced to residents sign up would happen roughly 30 days before launch.
Her statement came after Capital Bikeshare's operator, Alta Bikeshare, was against sharing membership revenue with the county.
D.C. resident Jemma Cole welcomes a new transportation option in the county.
"I use Bikeshare a lot in D.C.," she mentioned, "and am glad to see things expand out there. I have family in Howard County, so I wish it was out there."
In Montgomery County, 51 stations will be established, although not all will be ready by the launch.