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Presentation for CarbonfreeDC by Chris Holben with DC Dept of Transport on Washington, DC's unique "SmartBike" program

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DDOT SmartBike Program DDOT SmartBike Program Presentation Transcript

  • SmartBike DC
    Chris Holben
    www.smartbikedc.com
    District Department of Transportation (DDOT), Washington, DC
  • What is bike-sharing?
    bike-sharing (’bīk-,sher-iŋ) - 1: short-term bicycle rental available at unattended urban locations; 2: bicycle transit (www.bike-sharing.blogspot.com)
  • How Do I Sign Up?
    On-line, Phone or Mail
    Sign Member Agreement
    Pay ($40/year)
    Card arrives in the mail
    www.SmartBikeDC.com
    3 hours free use
  • What kind of bike is it?
    Custom design
    Upright riding position
    5th generation
    Front and rear lights
    Fenders and chain guard
    3 speed, internal hub
    Built-in lights
  • How Many Racks / Bikes?
    1st Phase – 10 Racks / 120 Bikes
    2ndPhase in Spring of 2010
    100 Racks / 1200 Bikes
  • Location Map
  • What About Safety?
    Part of larger Bike / Ped Safety Program
    Bike Lanes, Trails
    Adult and child classes
    Public Outreach
    Subscribers must read laws and sign agreement/waiver, and can take class
  • What about helmets?
    Not required, not provided, but encouraged
  • What about separate locks?
    Not provided
  • Who uses Smartbikes?
    Same people who are making short trips already by bike, bus, taxi, metro.
    Must be at least 18 years old
  • What Kinds of Trips?
  • How Do I Sign Up?
    On-line, Phone or Mail
    Sign Member Agreement
    Pay ($40/year)
    Card arrives in the mail
    www.SmartBikeDC.com
  • For More Information
    Chris Holben
    E-Mail: chris.holben@dc.gov
    Direct Line: (202) 671-4617
    Address:
    DDOT / IPMA
    64 New York Avenue, NE
    First Floor
    Washington, DC 20002