Shyr, Luna
June 2012
National Geographic;Jun2012, Vol. 221 Issue 6, p28
The article discusses the concept of bike sharing as an urban transportation solution. It explains that the benefits of traveling by bicycle include a boost to personal exercise, effective green transportation, and low costs associated with service usage. Details concerning bike sharing initiatives in cities such as London, Boston, and Washington D.C. are also presented.


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