Bicycling Maps Transit Report of the Day: US Bikeshare Systems & Connections to Transit Antonio Rosell • April 13, 2016 Map showing the location and relative size of bikeshare systems across the United States. Source: U.S. Department of Transportation, Bureau of Transportation Statistics, Intermodal Passenger Connectivity Database (as of Feb. 2, 2016) Wondering about connections between bikeshare and transit systems across the United States? Well, you’re in luck! A brief new report from USDOT is now available. Share this:EmailFacebookTwitterRedditLinkedIn Related
They’ve missed Birmingham Alabama’s ZYP system that includes 40 stations and 400 bikes of which 100 are the first e-bikes in a bikeshare system in north or south America. Began full operations in Oct 2015.
THEY STOLE OUR COLOR SCHEME!
Right down to the Blue Cross Blue Shield logo on the rear wheel!
The Birmingham ZYP bikes are built by PBSC, who also builds the bikes for Nice Ride (and several other systems worldwide). Here’s a brief article on the PBSC electric bikes: http://betterbikeshare.org/2016/03/07/bike-shares-next-big-thing-electric-assist/