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Should cities have bike share?
Cities should not have any bike share
City bicycle infrastructure is not comprehensive enough to allow people to ride safely
Cities have more pressing financial needs than investing in bike share
Bike share bikes are not sufficient ranges of sizes to accommodate the varied populations (e.g. tall/short/younger/older)
People are less likely to care for bikes that aren't their own. This will lead to shared bikes being treated poorly and end up needing constant repairs.
Bike share provides additional mobility options (beyond driving, walking, transit)
Bike share connects "last mile" issues (e.g. biking to and from a commuter rail station)
Many people, like very old, young and handicapped cannot use bike share services.
Bike sharing will make travelling in cities more dangerous.