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Evaluating public transit modal shift dynamics in response to bikesharing: a tale of two U.S. cities
"This paper advances understanding of modal shifts caused by bikesharing through a geographic evaluation of survey data collected through recently completed research. Working with surveys in two of the cities surveyed in the United States, the authors analyze the attributes of individuals who increased and decreased their rail and bus usage in a geospatial context along with the population density of respondent home and work locations. The results inform the nuances of bikesharing impacts on the modal shift of urban residents with respect to public transportation."
"This and other research has confirmed that bikesharing is facilitating greater bicycle usage and is reducing the use of the personal automobile in the form of driving and taxis."
"Shifts away from public transit are most prominent in core urban environments with high population density. Shifts toward public transit in response to bikesharing appear most prevalent in lower density regions on the urban periphery."
"Bikesharing may serve prominently as a first-mile, last-mile facilitator in areas with less intensive transit networks."
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