FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE, February 15, 2013The City of Columbus is seeking public input into the design and name for the cutting-edge bike share system announced in November by Mayor Michael B. Coleman.”The success of the bike share system will depend upon community support,” Mayor Coleman said. “Therefore we will need community input in order to make it convenient and useful for our residents.”By visiting the Department of Recreation and Parks website at http://parks.columbus.gov/ColumbusBikeShareProgram.aspx users can suggest up to five locations where they believe bike share kiosks would be most successful. Suggested locations are submitted by placing pins on an electronic map within the city’s Downtown core under consideration for the project. Pins placed outside of the proposed project area will be filed and used to inform a possible system expansion in the future.Read the full press release from the City of Columbus here.

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City of Columbus Seeks Input on Bike Share System

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE, February 15, 2013The City of Columbus is seeking public input into the design and name for the cutting-edge bike share system announced in November by Mayor Michael B. Coleman.”The success of the bike share system will depend upon community support,” Mayor Coleman said. “Therefore we will need community input in order to […]

Five Lessons for Seattle Bike Share from Boston’s Hubway

By Derek WangThe plan to create a bike sharing program in Seattle is clicking into a higher gear. Puget Sound Bike Share hopes to launch in 2014. Organizers updated Seattle officials Tuesday saying they hope to hire a vendor by the spring.Initial areas for the plan include the University District, Eastlake, Capitol Hill, South Lake […]

Capital Bikeshare recognized as “Best Bike-Sharing Program in the United States”

Read the Slate article that follows CaBi’s humble beginnings to becoming the “the nation’s largest, most successful bike-share progam-in terms of size, ridership, and financial viability.”