Executive Analysis of Bike Sharing in North America

Executive Analysis of Bike Sharing in North America

RELEASE DATE
09-Sep-2010
REGION
North America
Research Code: N882-01-00-00-00
SKU: TP00095-AP-MR_15393
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This service presents an executive analysis of bike sharing programs across North America. The study differentiates bike sharing from other emerging concepts of mobility. It includes analyses of various business models, critical success factors, challenges and infrastructure evaluation. Further, a detailed examination of individual states in the U.S. has been presented to identify high potential locations. A cost versus revenue analysis is also given for bike sharing. The study concludes with an overview of key bike share programs in the U.S. and Canada, and a case study that analyzes strengths and weaknesses of two major programs.
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This service presents an executive analysis of bike sharing programs across North America. The study differentiates bike sharing from other emerging concepts of mobility. It includes analyses of various business models, critical success factors, challenges and infrastructure evaluation. Further, a detailed examination of individual states in the U.S. has been presented to identify high potential locations. A cost versus revenue analysis is also given for bike sharing. The study concludes with an overview of key bike share programs in the U.S. and Canada, and a case study that analyzes strengths and weaknesses of two major programs.

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Analysis of Bike Sharing in North America

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This service presents an executive analysis of bike sharing programs across North America. The study differentiates bike sharing from other emerging concepts of mobility. It includes analyses of various business models, critical success factors, challenges and infrastructure evaluation. Further, a detailed examination of individual states in the U.S. has been presented to identify high potential locations. A cost versus revenue analysis is also given for bike sharing. The study concludes with an overview of key bike share programs in the U.S. and Canada, and a case study that analyzes strengths and weaknesses of two major programs.
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Industries Transportation and Logistics
WIP Number N882-01-00-00-00
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