It creates a gradual transition to full-price membership.
To be equitable, your system has to be useful.
You'll focus on efforts to increase bike share use in low-income and underserved populations.
In a sense, we're just working out the details of a vision from the 1960s.
All the outreach rides and discount fare programs in the world won't be worth much unless bike sharing feels safe to use, too. A report out Wednesday from the National
Helsinki isn't known as a global bike capital. But the 500 bikes in its two-month-old sharing system are already among the most-ridden in all of Europe or the Americas.