SPUR Forum: Bike Sharing Around the Bay

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Bike sharing is creating a new mobility option for residents and tourists across the globe. The Bay Area will pilot a small bike-sharing program this year, involving five cities all connected by Caltrain: San Francisco, Redwood City, Mountain View, Palo Alto and San Jose. Where will it go from there?

Kit Hodge/ San Francisco Bicycle Coalition
Karen Schkolnick/ Bay Area Air Quality Management District
Seleta Reynolds / MTA
Heath Maddox / MTA

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