Implementing a Bike-Share System
This online engineering PDH course describes how a bike-sharing system can be implemented in an urban environment for the purpose of making the environment more livable and sustainable. The course presents key aspects of implementation such as planning, maintenance, evaluation, technology, and required infrastructure. Lessons learned from programs which have already been implemented are also discussed.
A bike-share program makes bikes available at stations throughout a well-defined project area for shared use to individuals on a short-term basis. This provides another choice of transportation and extends the existing transportation system by providing access to destinations off of existing public transportation routes.
This 3 PDH online course is intended for civil and transportation engineers concerned with the design and implementation of a bike share system.
This PE continuing education course is intended to provide you with the following specific knowledge and skills:
- Planning bike-share systems
- Maintaining bike-share systems
- Conducting Program evaluation
- Familiarizing with the planning tools
- Understanding technology and infrastructure
- Reviewing recent implementations
In this professional engineering CEU course, you need to review 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.
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