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gottobike:I've linked to a story by Hanna Beausang in the SDSU Daily Aztec (22 July 2013).Bike share puts new spin on SDhttp://www.thedailyaztec.com/2013/07/bike-share-san-dieg
"Bikes will be offered free for the first half hour or for $15 per day to members. The option to purchase a $20 monthly membership, or a $99 annual member pass will also be available, according to DecoBike. Non-members will have the ability to rent a bike for $4 for 30 minutes, or for $7 an hour."
mfutch:Maybe someone with more knowledge of Bike Share systems can answer this...So I know that part of the difficulty with bike share can be that there are definite directions that people want to travel during rush hours, which means that stations in one part of town are going to be full frequently and they will be scarce in another. Capital Bikeshare has vans that shuttle them back and forth to meet demand, but...couldn't rates be adjusted to do this? Or at least reduce the need for vans. If reverse commute rates were set lower (or even negative i.e. issue a credit), people would be incentivized to redistribute the bikes from full to empty stations. Just a thought.
When Citi Bike was introduced earlier this year it was widely speculated that that this bike share program would be a “Blood Bath,” putting inexperienced cyclists among New York’s crazy drivers.Now people are surprised it didn’t turn out that way, even though similar bike share programs introduced in other large cities around the world, didn’t see huge increases in cycling fatalities either.John Pucher, a professor of urban planning and public policy at Rutgers University and a so called cycling advocate, said last year that he expected, “At least a doubling and possibly even a tripling in injuries and fatalities among cyclists and pedestrians during the first year of the bike share program.” What a prick, strange thing for a cycling advocate to say.
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deprotinator:So not only is our city not subsidizing bike sharing, they are also asking DecoBike to pay them? No wonder San Diego will have the highest prices. I'm curious to know what the city plans to do with the money generated from bike sharing. I hope they reinvest it back into improving biking infrastructure.
T:Pretty stoked for the deluxe membership, since the 60 min rental is key. 30 minutes is too short, yet that is what most of the nationwide rental periods are for ...
synthetic:$15 a day!? chicago is just 7.
Stephan:...the only, bikeshare system with no public subsidy.