Bike Sharing has quickly emerged as a cost‐effective and sustainable strategy to bolster public transit usage and get more people biking in cities and towns across the United States. To facilitate conversations between peer cities, NACTO holds roundtables, workshops, and webinars on best practices and challenges for the growing bike share movement.
Bike Share Industry Forum | Arlington, VA | March 2-3, 2014
On March 2-3, 2014, leaders drawn from across North America’s burgeoning bike share industry will convene for a two-day summit on the state and future of bike share. The meeting, which follows a 2013 roundtable of bike share system owners convened by the National Association of City Transportation Officials (NACTO) in Denver last September, will gather industry leaders at a critical moment for bike sharing in the United States. An agenda is available here.
Bike Share Roundtable | Denver, CO | September 8-9, 2013
In September 2013, NACTO hosted a national consortium of bike share owners and non-profit operators in Denver, Colorado. The discussion focused on major challenges and opportunities for the industry as well as best practices in bike share marketing, sponsorship, and operations. This roundtable was the first meeting of a large, diverse group representing 29 cities with operational or planned bike share systems.
Bike Share Roundtable | Washington, DC | March, 2013
In March 2013, NACTO convened a small group of bike share systems to discuss key challenges facing the industry and opportunities for further communication among stakeholders.
Bike Share Workshop | Washington, DC | March 22-23, 2012
NACTO held a bike share workshop in March 2012 to discuss emerging trends and best practices in bike sharing in the United States. The national meeting was the first of its kind, convening bike share owners, operators, and other stakeholders in Washington D.C. The workshop was co-organized by Federal Transit Administration, Federal Highway Administration and American Public Transportation Association, and was co-hosted by the District Department of Transportation (DDOT) and Capital Bikeshare.
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