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Bike share webinar

Presented by Dr Elliot Fishman, Institute for Sensible Transport, July 2015
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Bike share webinar
Dr Elliot Fishman
Institute for Sensible Transport
info@sensibletransport.org.au

History of bike share
Luud Schimmelpennink, 1967
The father of shared transport
1st Generation
How usage varies between cities
Mode substitution – and why its important
Impacts
What motivates people to use bike share
Bike share gone wrong...and how to get it right
2nd Generation
3rd Generation
Source: Russell Meddin, published in Fishman, 2015, Bikeshare: A Review of Recent Literature
Growth of bike share
Growth of bike share in 2014
Source: Russell Meddin, 2015
Source: O’Brien, 2014 published in Fishman, 2015, Bikeshare: A Review of Recent Literature
Bike share - system size
Source: Fishman, 2015, Bikeshare: A Review of Recent Literature, Transport Reviews
Bike share - usage
Source: Fishman et al., 2014 Barriers to bikesharing, Journal of Transport Geography
Mode substitution
Source: Fishman, 2015, Bikeshare: A Review of Recent Literature
Impacts
Car use
Physical activity
Safety
Methodology
Usage data
Mode substitution
Changes in VKT
Impact methodology
Source: Fishman, Washington & Haworth, 2015 Bike share’s impact on car use (Transportation Research Part D)
Source: Fishman, Washington & Haworth, 2015 Bike share’s impact on car use (Transportation Research Part D)
Impact on car use
Bike share's impact on active travel
Source: Fishman et al., 2015, Bikeshare’s impact on active travel, Journal of Transport & Health
Source: Graves et al., 2014 Public Bicycle Share Programs and Head Injuries
Bike share crash data
Source: Fishman & Schepers (2014) Global bikeshare: What the data tells us about safety
Source: Fishman & Schepers (2014) Global bikeshare: What the data tells us about safety
Injuries per distance travelled
Source: Fishman & Schepers (2014) Global bikeshare: What the data tells us about safety
Safety: Private bike vs. bike share
Bike Share: The Human Response
Source: Fishman et al., 2014 Barriers to bikesharing, Journal of Transport Geography
Why do people use bike share in Australia?
Convenience is everything
Why people don't use bike share
Source: Fishman et al., 2014 Barriers to bikesharing, Journal of Transport Geography
NB: Based on a Brisbane sample
Why people didn't use Melbourne Bike Share
Source: Alta Bike Share, 2011
Bike share gone wrong: The Australian experience
Too small
Helmets
Safety concerns
Poor marketing
Car is too convenient
Model for success
Fishman, 2014 Bikeshare : barriers, facilitators and impacts on car use
Future possibilities
PT smartcard integration
Electric assist
Large scale
Dockless
August 2015
Fishman, 2014 Bikeshare : barriers, facilitators and impacts on car use
Injuries - A before/after comparison
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