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Bike Share

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Lelande Rehard

on 21 August 2013

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Transcript of Bike Share

Discussion
History
1st Generation
2nd Generation
3rd Generation
4th Generation
Internationally
US
Locally
Questions
Plans
Doing it Right
Funding
Operation/Admin
Challenges
Student Developments
Trails
Downtown
Beyond
What is Happening?
Bike-share Program
Equitable
reduced emissions
Fun
Transit Extension
Traffic Congestion Relief
Fast
Healthy
Effective
Parking
Feasible
Schools
Tourism
Events
Partners
Jobs
White Bikes-Amsterdam 1965
Free-Guess what happened
Mainly in Europe and Asia
Small and Large Cities
Capital Bikeshare
New York
Minneapolis
Spartansburg, SC
Number of cities growing each year
Yellow Bike
Errand Bikes
Mizzou Bike-Share
Detailed Plans
Critical Mass
Sufficient Capital
Planning for O&M Costs
Federal Grants
Public Capital
Private Capital
Sponsorships
Advertising
User Fees
Combination
Local Government
Private contractor
Non-profit
Bike Shops
Combination
Weather
Theft/Vandalism
Promotion
Capital Cost
Maintenance
Mitigate traffic issues
Target population for users
Opportunities to cost share with developments

Density
Transit connections
Parking Garages
Tourism/Events
Neighborhood Connections
Trail System
Schools
Major Employers
Retail Centers
Got a good group
Survey
Develop Partnerships
TIGER Grant and Transit
Grant for Study
Free
Used bikes
Theft and Vandalism
Coin operated
Unique bikes
Stations
Theft and Vandalism
Mobile stations
Credit Card
Annual Membership
Fee schedules
Most successful programs
Like 3rd generation but with mobile capability and GPS
Contact
Lelande Rehard
City Management Fellow
lrrehard@gocolumbiamo.com
(573) 874-7218
Last Mile
Feasibility
Demand
Demographics
Location of stations
Business/Implementation
Model
Fees
Projected Revenue/Cost
Recommendations


Growing network
Connect outlying high density residential areas
Connect central city to commercial centers
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