SPUR Lunchtime Forum: Bicycle share systems in European cities

"As cities explore options for convenient, sustainable and intermodal transportation, bicycle share systems have become increasingly popular. How do bicycle shares work, what makes them successful and what are their challenges? Join Jessica Coleman, landscape designer at MPA Design, former recipient of U.C. Berkeley’s Scott Traveling Fellowship, as she shares her research from Paris, Amsterdam and Copenhagen."

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