Bike share equity in Boston, a work in progress

July 25, 2018

“The absolute first step in having an equitable bike-share system is that there has to be access to the system. So there has to be bike-share stations in underserved communities,” McNeil added.

Rutgers professor and transportation researcher Charles T. Brown agrees, adding that even after a city begins adding bike-share equipment, more work is needed to address usage barriers and achieve bicycle equity.

WGBH.com, July 24, 2018

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