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Bringing Bike Share to a Low-Income Community: Lessons Learned Through Community Engagement, Minneapolis, Minnesota, 2011

CharacteristicAprMayJuneJulyAug
CPPW kiosk trip1146701,056914887
Northside resident trips (whole network)118294596450489
CPPW kiosk trip, Northside resident21166332187148
Percentage of trips involving CPPW kiosks1.50%3.30%3.20%2.402.20%

Abbreviation: CPPW, Communities Putting Prevention to Work.

Figure 2. Nice Ride bike share trip and subscriber data.

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