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Encouraging Equitable Bikeshare: Implications of Docked and Dockless Models for Spatial Equity

@article{Couch2019EncouragingEB,
  title={Encouraging Equitable Bikeshare: Implications of Docked and Dockless Models for Spatial Equity},
  author={Simon Couch and Heather Kitada Smalley},
  journal={arXiv: Applications},
  year={2019}
}
  • Simon Couch, Heather Kitada Smalley
  • Published 2019
  • Mathematics
  • arXiv: Applications
  • The last decade has seen a rapid rise in the number of bikeshare programs, where bikes are made available throughout a community on an as-needed basis. Given that many of these programs are at least partially publicly funded, a central concern of operators and investors is whether these systems operate equitably. Though spatial equity has been well-studied under the docked model, where bikes are picked up and dropped off at prespecified docking stations, there has been little work examining… CONTINUE READING

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