Posts tagged with 'Capital Bikeshare'
3 Ways Cities Can Harness the Benefits of the Bike-Share Revolution
3 Ways Cities Can Harness the Benefits of the Bike-Share Revolution
Introduced in a basic form in the 1960s, bike-sharing services are now seemingly ubiquitous in many major cities. The propagation of “dockless” systems, shared bicycles that can be parked nearly anywhere, has led to unprecedented growth, increasing the number of ...
D.C. Just Released the First Evaluation of Its Dockless Bike and Scooter Experiment
D.C. Just Released the First Evaluation of Its Dockless Bike and Scooter Experiment
Washington, DC, has been one of the foremost laboratories for tech-driven innovations in the transport sector. The city implemented North America’s first bike-share system, and most recently it welcomed companies to experiment with the latest transport trend: “micro mobility,” or ...
Citi Bike, America's largest bike-sharing system opened in New York City on Monday. Photo by shinya.
Bike-sharing arrives in New York City via Citi Bike
New York City has joined the ranks of U.S. cities now offering bike-sharing systems. Sponsored by CitiBank and launched on Monday, Citi Bike offers residents, commuters, and visitors to the “Big Apple” an additional mobility and urban connectivity option, in the form ...
Research Recap, January 30: Saving Transit Time, Bicycling Benefits, Maximizing Bikeshare Ridership
Research Recap, January 30: Saving Transit Time, Bicycling Benefits, Maximizing Bikeshare Ridership
Welcome to “Research Recap,” our series highlighting recent reports, studies and other findings in sustainable transportation policy and practice, in case you missed it. Informed Transit Time Savings A new study on the impact of mobile real-time transit information on ...
Research Recap, September 26: Black Carbon Biking, Intelligent Traffic, Mental Health Exercise
Research Recap, September 26: Black Carbon Biking, Intelligent Traffic, Mental Health Exercise
Welcome to “Research Recap,” our series highlighting recent reports, studies and other findings in sustainable transportation policy and practice, in case you missed it. Black Carbon Biking Urban cyclist commuters have more black carbon in their lungs than pedestrian commuters, according to ...
NYC Residents Suggesting Locations for New Bike Share Stations
NYC Residents Suggesting Locations for New Bike Share Stations
Yesterday, New York City officials announced a new bikeshare system that will be available to New Yorkers in 2012. The city selected Alta Bicycle Share to operate and launch an initial system with 10,500 bicycles and 600 stations around Manhattan ...