Who wins the best city #BikeShare system?

Who wins the best city #BikeShare system?

A basic scatterplot of the performance of twenty different systems according to these indicators shows that the mobility performance of different bike share systems varies widely. The graph below identifies cities like Barcelona, Montreal, Lyon, and Mexico City , all of which have managed to achieve both high infrastructure usage and high penetration. With paragons of successful bike-sharing systems identified, it is possible to move forward to exactly what business models, policies, and design strategies these successful cities are using to engrain sustainable transport into their municipalities. With this knowledge, cities around the globe can better learn what actions to take to make a highly used, highly impactful bike-sharing network.

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