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    San Antonio B-Cycle Bike Share two San Antonio B-Cycle Bike Share two Presentation Transcript

    • Texas Trails and Active Transportation Conference 2012 1
    • An Integrated Approach Ongoing support is key to success through the “6 Es” Engineering Education Encouragement Enforcement Evaluation Equity 2
    • San Antonio B-Cycle Bike Sharing * Providing alternative transportation options that reduce traffic congestion while improving public health 3
    • Results Launched March 26, 2011 In the first 9 months, San Antonio B-Cyclers: • took 22,709 trips •  logged 82,740 “alternative transportation” miles •  burned over 3.5 million calories •  generated a carbon offset of 85,044 lbs. • Annual Passes – 941 Day passes – 4,336 •  4
    • Sustainability and Growth Phase II launched early October 2011 •  Approximately 48 additional bikes at 7 locations in and around downtown •  Additional service/maintenance personnel •  Replacement parts and marketing USDOT Paul S. Sarbanes “Transit in Parks” grant • $324,000 awarded for 5 stations in San Antonio Missions National Historical Park 5
    • Encouragement & Education •  40,000 Downtown Run/Walk & Bike MapsBike Bright •  5,000 Bike Lights ** •  872 HelmetsSan Antonio * 6
    • Encouragement & Education * * 7
    • Engineering for Safety* New wayfinding, signs, pavement markings, bike parking 8
    • Planning and Policy: Bicycle MasterPlan and Complete Streets Policy Adopted by City Council on September 29, 2011 * 9
    • Enforcement • Safe Passing Ordinance • Bike Light Ordinance 10
    • Our Goal:“to increase bike ridership for daily travel and improve cycling safety by making our bike network accessible, direct, and continuous” Julia Diana www.sanantonio.gov/ oep/sabikes (210) 207-6321 11