City of Raleigh Bike Share Feasibility Study

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The City of Raleigh is exploring the feasibility of bringing a bike share system to its neighborhoods. While we are still in the exploratory phase of bike share, we would like to hear about your bicycling practices and your opinion about bike share. Please take a few minutes to provide your feedback by taking this short survey.

What is bike share?

Bike share provides a network of bicycles available at self-service kiosks around the city. Customers are able to access the bicycles with the use of a key card or fob, or through the use of their credit or debit card by purchasing a daily, weekly, monthly or annual membership. Most existing systems allow customers to make as many trips as often as they like without additional charge provided they return the bicycles to a kiosk within 30-to-60 minutes (small graduated fees are incurred for keeping a bike beyond the time limit). Bike share is ideal for short distance trips and in many instances can provide a last-mile connection between transit and your final destination.

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