Posted by @teeheehee on 12th August 2009
Just got this link from a coworker: Vendor selected for Boston area bike-sharing program. For a peek at what we might expect, check out their website for the Montreal program.
With a vendor selected I wonder how long it will be before we start to see some bikes on the streets.
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Posted by @teeheehee on 29th July 2009
There’s an article today on Boston.com introducing a bike sharing proposal. (There’s also a sweet video with Nicole Freedman performing a small track stand in rainy conditions while waiting in traffic.)
From the article:
Over the next few weeks, officials expect to name the company with which they would negotiate a contract on how to run the system. They hope the program will lead to tens of thousands of people saddling up in Boston daily.
Bike sharing is the next step. The city envisions making available between 1,000 and 3,000 bikes at stations 300 or 400 yards apart, located at subway and bus stops, main squares, tourist sites, and across city neighborhoods.
This makes me wonder, would I ride my bike around as much if there were publicly accessible ones available? I guess we’ll have to wait and see, either way I’ll be very happy that a program like this will be made available.
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Posted by @teeheehee on 3rd March 2009
It may come as soon as 2010… up right now on Boston.com is the article “Boston takes first step on bike sharing program”
In my opinion there’s still plenty to do before this can become a viable reality.
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