Targeted improvements to popular routes may have a bigger impact than an expanded footprint.
Cities could significantly increase ridership without the need to spend more on bikes or docking points
Policy makers should focus less on consumer advice and more on urban planning.
Bike-sharing programs in cities like Paris, Beijing, and Chicago encourage commuters to use public transportation by supplying bikes...
Too many cooks spoil the broth: for decades this notion has been directly applied to the analysis of supply chains. It has also been repeatedly proven, as researchers have shown that centralizing supply-chain decision-making leads to greater efficiency.