Share your ideas for a bike share program in Asheville
In support of active and accessible transportation methods, the City of Asheville is conducting a study of whether a bike share program may be feasible for our community.
Bike share is a way for someone to use a bike for a short time at a reasonable rate. A bike share program is designed for short distance point-to-point trips. Some systems are station-based, like those in Chattanooga, Tenn. and Washington, D.C., while others use free-standing bikes from companies like Lime Bike or Zagster.
Could such a program work in Asheville? That is the question being explored by the bike-share feasibility study. The City has hired Alta Planning and Design and local firm Friction Shift Projects to do the study. Find out more about the study here.
City staff wants to promote a community dialog and strategically assess whether a bike share program might be feasible in Asheville. So thank you in advance for participating in this survey!
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