More Bike Share Resources

Memphis Bike Share Will be Private, NonProfit, and Community-Led

Source: Better Bike Share Partnership
The bike share model in Memphis is a new one for the United States: It's driven by an advertising firm and a cadre of multi-sector stakeholders, rather than the government itself.
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Connecting the Dots: Linking Bike Share with Transit-While Considering Equity Issues-Requires a Big-Picture Approach

Source: American Planning Association
Bike share with transit
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Philadelphia Bike Share Strategic Business Plan

Source: The Pennsylvania Environmental Council
Based on the findings of a 2009 bike share feasibility study, the City of Philadelphia has worked to build support and funding for a bike sharing system. The Bike Share Working Group was formed to evaluate business models and develop a feasible business plan.
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New Orleans Bike Share Feasibility Study & Business Plan

Source: New Orleans Regional Planning Commission
Drawing from recent successes in cities across North America, bike share has been identified as a tool to meet resident, worker, and visitor mobility needs. It supports multiple ongoing programs in the City of New Orleans,
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Regional Bike Share Implementation Plan for Los Angeles County

Source: Fehr & Peers
This Regional Bikeshare Implementation Plan envisions a bikeshare system that is accessible to Los Angeles County residents, students, workers and visitors, and that integrates with existing Metro services to provide a seamless passenger experience and improve the reliability,
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Pinellas County MPO Bike Share Feasibility Study

Source: Bicycle Pedestrian Advisory Committee
Bike share is a network of bicycles and stations that allows users to make short trips (1-3 miles) quickly, conveniently and affordably. The simple act of getting more people on bikes benefits public health,
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Lawrence, Kansas Bike Share Feasibility Study

Source: Lawrence- Douglas County Metropolitan Planning Organization
The Lawrence-Douglas County Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) engaged Toole Design Group (TDG) to explore the feasibility of a bike share program in Lawrence, Kansas.
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Bike Sharing in the United States: State of the Practice and Guide to Implementation

Source: Pedestrian Bicycle Information Center (PBIC)
This PBIC report provides recommendations for communities interested in bike share based on lessons learned from existing bike share systems.
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Are Bikeshare Users Different from Regular Cyclists?

Source: Transportation Research Record
This study from the Transportation Research Record concludes that Capital Bikeshare users differ from local bicyclists in terms of demographics and socioeconomic status.
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Public Bikesharing in North America During a Period of Rapid Expansion: Understanding Business Models, Industry Trends and User Impacts

Source: Mineta Transportation Institute
The Mineta Transportation Institute considers bike share from the perspective of operators and users in this report.
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