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Saturday, December 31, 2011

Good news American bike sharing systems more than doubled in 2011

Here are the current US bike sharing systems list, ranked by number of stations.

   1. Washington/Arlington, DC/VA: 140 stations
   2. Minneapolis/Saint Paul, MN: 115 stations
   3. Miami Beach, FL: 70 stations
   4. Boston, MA: 61 stations
   5. Denver, CO: 52 stations*
   6. Madison, WI: 27 stations
   7. Broward County, FL: 20 stations
   8. San Antonio, TX: 20 stations
   9. Boulder, CO: 15 stations*
  10. Washington State University - Pullman, WA: 8 stations
  11. Chicago, IL: 7 stations
  12. Omaha, NE: 5 stations
  13. University of California - Irvine: 4 stations
  14. Des Moines, IA: 4 stations
  15. Tulsa, OK: 4 stations
  16. Louisville, KY: 3 stations
  17. Kailua, HI: 2 stations
  18. Spartanburg, SC: 2 stations

The Washington's Capital Bikeshare was the largest system for the second straight year, but it will begin to face more serious competition in 2012 and 2013 as a number of new cities begin to launch their own networks. Baltimore is expected to launch with 30 stations next year, Chicago may build up to 300, and most notably of all: New York is moving forward with a 600-station behemoth system.

Source: greatergreaterwashington.org

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