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E – 1608 – Implementing a Bike-Share System

Intended Audience: civil and transportation engineers concerned with the design and maintenance of gravel roads.

PDH UNITS: 2

2 STUDENTS ENROLLED

How can you implement a bike-sharing system in an urban environment to make it more livable and sustainable? What aspects of implementation should be taken into account?

Written by Dr. Rossow, this course describes the key aspects of implementing a bike-sharing system including planning, maintenance, evaluation, technology, and required infrastructure. Real-life lessons learned from implementing bike-sharing systems are also discussed.

This online engineering PDH course is based on Chapter 2 of the Final Report, “Infrastructure and Technology for Sustainable Livable Cities,” written by Upul Attanayake, Mehedi Hasan, and Lizmert Lopez, sponsored by the Transportation Research Center for Livable Communities, Kalamazoo, MI, under Contract No. TRC 2-15-05, July 31, 2016.

Learning Objectives

At the successful conclusion of this course, you’ll be able to identify and discuss:

  • Planning of bike-share systems
  • Maintenance of bike-share systems
  • Program evaluation
  • Planning tools
  • Technology and infrastructure
  • Review of recent implementations

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