What Can We Learn from the Bike-Sharing World Map?

Read the full post at Shareable.

Though I’ve used bike-sharing programs in three different countries (Spain, America and Canada), it wasn’t until I saw a news story about a bike-sharing program in Dubai that I started to wonder just how international the trend had become. Luckily, the researchers over at the bike-sharing consultancy Metrobike (which also runs the helpful, if generically named Bike-sharing Blog) have collected this data and put it into an easy to use Google map, called The Bike-Sharing World Map.

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