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Bike Share Initiative

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With bike share programs in over 50 U.S. cities and over 65 million trips taken in the U.S. since 2010, bike share has rapidly emerged as a new transportation option that can bolster public transit usage and increase cycling.  As cities and towns around the country focus on sustainability, bike share systems can play an important role in safety and livability efforts by making it easier for people to get around.  To facilitate conversations between peer cities, NACTO holds roundtables, workshops, and webinars and conducts research on best practices and challenges for the growing bike share movement.

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Bike Share Initiative

High-Quality Bike Facilities Increase Ridership and Make Biking Safer

NACTO research in seven cities shows that pairing bike share with protected bike lanes encourages riding, increases the visibility of people on bikes, and reduces overall biking risk ...

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Coming Soon: An Easy Guide to Learning More about Bike Share in Your Community

  What do people think about bike share?  Who’s using it and how? What prevents people from riding?   NACTO’s Bike Share Intercept Survey Toolkit gives detailed instructions...

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NACTO Releases New Guidance on Bike Share Station Placement

Provides a Framework for Cities to Increase Access, Make Streets Safer Getting station placement right is integral to the success of a bike share system. NACTO's new guide allows planners and community groups to help design and advocate for better, easy-to-access...

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Can Monthly Passes Improve Bike Share Equity?

Cities can increase users, equity by offering monthly membership and payment options NACTO releases second paper in “Practitioners’ Paper” series to highlight best practices for cities aiming to address equity issues while introducing or expanding their bike share systems ...

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Walkable Station Spacing Is Key to Successful, Equitable Bike Share

Cities can improve ridership, equity by increasing station density to 28 stations per square mile NACTO introduces “Practitioners’ Paper” series to highlight best practices for cities aiming to address equity issues while introducing or expanding their bike share systems ...

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NACTO Member Cities with Bike Share

Arlington, Austin, Boston, Boulder, Cambridge, Charlotte, Chattanooga, Chicago, Denver, El Paso, Fort Lauderdale, Hoboken, Houston, Indianapolis, Madison, Miami Beach, Minneapolis, Montreal, New York, Philadelphia, Phoenix, Pittsburgh, Puebla, Salt Lake City, San Diego, San Francisco, San Jose, Santa Monica, Seattle, Somerville, Toronto, Washington DC

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