Bike sharing in Minneapolis? Hear proposals, share ideas this week
Couldbike sharing actually work
in Minneapolis? The City of Minneapolis and the City of Lakes Nordic Ski Foundation have produced a proposal for such a program. They are sharing their ideas and asking for your response this week at two different forums.
What's the main idea of this program? The first phase of the proposed bike sharing would focus on downtown, uptown and the University of Minnesota. The program would place up to 1,000 bikes in up to 75 service areas. The bikes would most likely be locked into computer-controlled racks and people would sign up to use them online. After paying a small subscription fee, riders could use the bikes for free as long as they returned them to another rack in a certain period of time.
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