Case Study: Seattle Bikeshare Program & Permit Process

  • Author: Frontier Group in coordination with Shared-Use Mobility Center
In cities across the country, dockless bikesharing is making bicycling more accessible and convenient. Whether for a commute, as recreation or to run a spontaneous errand, shared bikes allow people a dynamic new way to access healthy and environmentally-friendly transportation. Their popularity and potential to transform the way we move around cities has led to rapid expansion of dockless bikeshare – often in advance of the development of rules to maximize benefits and minimize disruption. In an effort to strike an appropriate balance, Seattle created a permitting system to enable and regulate dockless bikesharing within the city...

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