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Atlanta Bicycle Coalition's Atlanta-Decatur Bike Share Feasibility Study
The ATL bike share program proposed in our bike share feasibility study is one step closer to reality! The City of Atlanta has issued a Request for Proposals (RFP) for a "self-service bicycle rental program." Bids are due June 24. Please visit the city's procurement page and click on the RFP for details. To learn more about ABC's bike share feasibility study, read on!
In 2012, the Atlanta Falcons Youth Foundation awarded ABC a generous grant to conduct a feasibility study of bike sharing in Atlanta and Decatur. The study was conducted by Brad Davis of Robert & Company, who went above and beyond to create an informative, attractive, and thoughtful document. The financial analysis was conducted by MetroBike of Washington, D.C., and our technical review committee included planners and support from the City of Atlanta and City of Decatur, as well as the Atlanta Regional Commission. A team from ICF International, lead by Renee Ray, completed a Health Impact Assessment to help guide the program's success in contributing to health equity. Thank you to all those involved.
Read the Health Impact Assessment here:
To view GIS files used in the feasibility report, please visit our Dropbox folder