Bike-share systems

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27 Apr 2017
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Municipal bicycle sharing programs are taking off around the world. But there are a number of cities hitting the brakes on programs even while other unexpected cities start their own initiatives. Metrics can measure whether a bikeshare successfully helped cover that unique last mile between...

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1 Mar 2017
15

In 2013, Citi Bike launched in New York City. With 6,000 bikes and 332 stations, the system provided easy access to bikes in a variety of neighborhoods in Brooklyn and Manhattan, including Bedford Stuyvesant. The system was quickly a ridership success, racking up over 6...

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16 Jul 2016
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The cities of Paris, London, Chicago, and New York (among many others) have set up large scale bike-share systems to facilitate the use of bicycles for urban commuting. This paper estimates the impact on bike-share ridership of two facets of system performance: accessibility (how far...

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