How to make bike share family-friendly | Better Bike Share Partnership

February 14, 2019
  • D.C. Policy Center
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On February 14, 2019, the Better Bike Share Partnership published a post about D.C. Policy Center Contributing Fellow Canaan Merchant’s article on family-friendly bikeshare:

Over the past few years, bike sharing has become a familiar sight in most American cities. But despite some age diversity in who rides bike share, there’s a big segment of people who are rarely seen on the bikes — families with children.

newly-released report from the D.C. Policy Center discusses this phenomenon, why it’s happening, and how bike share systems might be able to make their systems more accessible to families moving forward.

Read more: How to make bike share family-friendly | Better Bike Share Partnership

Related: How can D.C. make bikesharing family-friendly? | D.C. Policy Center

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