Camden bike share launches to give options, go green and get exercise

May 2, 2018

fo says a local company will retrieve bikes in low ridership areas, and this doesn’t requiring taking up parking space or tearing up infrastructure.

The partners say this bike share is about going green, getting exercise and giving city residents more transportation options and to knock down access barriers to bikes. Some barriers that Charles Brown, Senior Researcher at the Voorhees Transportation Center at Rutgers University, has identified are costs, storage and fears of being hit and profiled.

“What we care most about is that everyone in the city of Camden has access to a bicycle, that’s the ultimate measure of success,” Brown said.

NJTV, May 1, 2018

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