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From a novel urban experiment to a key element of the public transportation network, we look at what drives successful bike sharing programs around the world.
Ten years ago there were only five bike sharing programs worldwide, all operating in Europe. These pioneering systems consisted almost exclusively of a fleet of 4,000 free-touse bikes being placed within a city (most of which were stolen within months).
From a novel urban experiment to a key element of the public transport network, we look at the rise of cycle hire schemes around the world and what further potential it could have in the UK.
A new development in cycle network auditing uses an onboard GPS video recording device to capture the network from a cyclist’s perspective.
(Please note that the video quality of this sample footage has been reduced for the web.)