Bicycle Sharing and Transit: Does Capital Bikeshare Affect Metrorail Ridership in Washington, D.C.? By

  title={Bicycle Sharing and Transit: Does Capital Bikeshare Affect Metrorail Ridership in Washington, D.C.? By},
  author={Ting Ma and Sevgi Erdogan},
Bicycle sharing programs have emerged as a global trend as an affordable, convenient, and sustainable travel option with various benefits. One of the benefits of such programs is touted to be their positive impacts on transit ridership by extending transit catchment area and providing much needed last-mile connection. Thus, locating bicycle sharing programs in transit station areas is believed to benefit both. However, the question of how and to what extent bicycle sharing programs affect… CONTINUE READING

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