TRB's Transit Cooperative Research Program (TCRP) Synthesis 132: Public Transit and Bikesharing explores cooperative transit and bikesharing relationships and documents the experiences of transit systems with bikesharing as a mode. An increasing number of transit agencies have developed cooperative arrangements with bikesharing programs to strengthen the relationship between the modes. The implementation and integration of bikesharing programs can sometimes present challenges to transit agencies. The synthesis identifies the current state of the practice, including challenges, lessons learned, and gaps in information.
Table of Contents
|Chapter 1 - Introduction||5-11|
|Chapter 2 - Literature Review and Background Information||12-33|
|Chapter 3 - Bikeshare and Transit Integration||34-41|
|Chapter 4 - Survey Results||42-50|
|Chapter 5 - Case Examples||51-69|
|Chapter 6 - Conclusions||70-72|
|Appendix A - List of Responding Agencies||77-78|
|Appendix B - Safety||79-79|
|Appendix C - Payment Integration||80-80|
|Appendix D - Survey Questionnaire||81-98|
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