Car share has many co-benefits, including:
» Relatively low-cost and quick to implement compared to transit and roadway improvements
» Increases both bicycle and transit mode share
» Attracts visitors and can boost economic development
» Encourages new riders by reducing barriers such as owning, transporting, and storing a bicycle
» Is an affordable mode of transportation
Bike Share Feasibility Study
The work upon which this publication is based was funded in whole or in part through a grant awarded by the California Strategic Growth Council.
The statements and conclusions of this report are those of the SCTA/RCPA and/or Subcontractor and not necessarily those of the California Strategic Growth Council or of the California Department of Conservation, or its employees. The California Strategic Growth Council and the California Department of Conservation make no warranties, express or implied, and assume no liability for the information contained in the succeeding text.