Tonight is the best opportunity for cyclists to help shape a potential bike sharing system for Tucson.
Here’s a snippet from the article about the city’s plan for moving forward:
Tucson’s potential bike share system is continuing to move closer to becoming reality. The city recently hired a consultant to study the feasibility of creating a bike share system in the city.
Ann Chanecka, the City of Tucson bicycle and pedestrian program manager said the consultant has a lot of experience with bike share programs and will look into how and if a bike share system will add to the city’s transit options.
“They will be looking at whether or not bike share makes sense for Tucson,” she said.
The city is also putting together an advisory committee made up of various interest groups.
Chanecka said there will be opportunities for cyclists to participate in open houses to help define what they would like to see in a bike share system.
The best opportunity according to Chanecka is an open house coming up on Monday, Oct. 6, 2014 at the Main Library in downtown Tucson. The open house will be in the basement and begin at 6 p.m.