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Bike Share in Waterloo Region
#76
Simple: at every LRT stop!
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#77
(02-08-2019, 03:46 PM)Canard Wrote: Simple: at every LRT stop!

That would be good but not sufficient: while the LRT stops would be likely destinations, they won't usually be the origin of the jouney (or vice versa). But near most of the stops should be a no-brainer.
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#78
(02-08-2019, 03:46 PM)Canard Wrote: Simple: at every LRT stop!

Definitely a logical STARTING spot.
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#79
Yes. I didn’t mean ONLY at every LRT stop, I just meant that would be a logical first spot to mark on a map. Obviously they should be other places.

Isn’t DropBike supposed to be dockless though? Admittedly I’ve long forgotten about what their plan is.
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#80
Even dockless share uses gathering points where bikes are corralled after charging/repair. Dropbike calls these 'havens'.
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#81
SOME dockless systems do that, others allow you to park them anywhere.
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