2-pager: Who is using free-floating bike share and what are the barriers to access?

by: Drexel University Urban Health Collaborative


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Resource Author Drexel University Urban Health Collaborative
Resource Date Tuesday, Jun 25, 2019
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New research from Drexel University’s Urban Health Collaborative investigates the benefits and challenges of free-floating bike share in relationship to disadvantaged communities. Research products include a couple of two-pager documents, as well as an infographic sheet. Access the full set of documents here.

Excerpt from this two-pager:

“One-third of Seattle adults surveyed reported trying free-floating bike share. These users were disproportionately young, male, White, resided closer to the city center, and already more likely to have or use a bicycle.”

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