Nation Riding High off Bike-Share Craze, Says MET Urban Transit Expert
All across the United States, community bike-sharing programs are rising in popularity and usage, transforming the transportation culture of cities including Boston, New York, Seattle, Chicago, San Francisco, and many more. That’s according to Doug Johnson, a MET Master of City Planning alum who now teaches Transit-Oriented Development in the 21st Century (MET UA 510) for the City Planning & Urban Affairs Programs. In an article appearing in The Conversation, Johnson writes that new technological innovations, which allow greater flexibility with regards to where bikes are returned, are also providing greater access to communities of all socio-economic standings.
Read more in The Conversation.