March 2, 2015

Bikesharing is Big in the Metro Area


How big is bikesharing locally?

According to the Greater Greater Washington blog, Washington's Capital Bikeshare has “regained its crown as largest overall network, growing from 305 stations to 347 stations,” unseating New York City.

The post by Dan Malouff stated that “Overall, the number of bikeshare stations nationwide increased about 20%, from 1,925 in 2013 to 2,345 in 2014. Thirteen new bikesharing systems opened nationwide last year, and four small existing ones closed, bringing the US total up to 49 active systems.”

Read the entire piece, including the chart of U.S. rankings.

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