But some say money can’t define bike-share programs’ success. Reminder, said Robert Noland, a professor of planning and public policy at Rutgers University: All transportation costs governments money. “So it’s fairly cheap for a city or the state to subsidize...
When deciding whether to use a shared dockless e-bike, docked bikeshare, or shared e-scooter, weather is often a factor in user decision making.
Seula Lee MCRP ’20 and Distinguished Professor Robert B. Noland recently explored bikeshare trips in Seoul, South Korea.
Using open data sources on New York City’s Citi Bike system and turnstile entry data for the subway, Haoyun Wang and Robert Noland found that the pandemic had an impact on bikeshare and subway ridership.
Bikeshare use in NYC dropped during the early months of the pandemic, but had largely recovered by the summer.
Bloustein students get glimpse of top-down transportation, pedestrian planning efforts in Philadelphia
In early October a group of Bloustein graduate students were given an glimpse of big city bicycle and pedestrian planning from a governmental perspective. Nine students from the Walk Bloustein Bike Bloustein graduate student organization traveled to Philadelphia to...