Which Station : Access Trips and Bike Share Route Choice

@inproceedings{Schoner2013WhichS,
  title={Which Station : Access Trips and Bike Share Route Choice},
  author={Jessica Schoner},
  year={2013}
}
  • Jessica Schoner
  • Published 2013
•Developing a theoretical model of how people choose bike share stations at the start of their trip •Analyzing trip records from about 600 Nice Ride Minnesota bike share users in the 2012 season •Empirically testing the effects of directness, total travel distance, and relative walking and biking time on users’ choice of origin station •Control for environment and personal factors, such as proximity to parks, neighborhood income and crime statistics, and trip purpose 

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