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Bike-share system would include stations on Jefferson Avenue, East Main Street

Graham Moomaw has the details on a recent RFP for Richmond’s initial bike-share system:

Of the 30 docking stations planned for the first phase, 14 would be located west of Belvidere Street, 12 would be located downtown between Belvidere and Interstate 95, and four would be located east of 95, according to city documents.

The coverage area is approximately 3.75 square miles, which encompasses the Fan and Museum districts, Scott’s Addition and North Boulevard, downtown, Brown’s Island, Church Hill and the eastern riverfront along the Virginia Capital Trail.

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16 comments

East Grace 05/20/2015 at 8:16 AM

So happy to see the one on the Capital Trail! I look forward to being a frequent user.

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Matt Conrad 05/20/2015 at 12:00 PM

Will that Jefferson Ave. spot be in Jefferson Park?

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Kevin 05/21/2015 at 5:18 AM

So excited!

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Bike share station installed by Cyclus - Church Hill People's News | Richmond, Virginia 08/20/2017 at 2:30 PM

[…] 2 in 2017 to add another 220 bikes (including electric pedal assist bikes) and 20+ more stations. The original map from 2015 shows a station on Jefferson Avenue, while the current map doesn’t show a station in the area […]

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Bike lanes still in the works for later this year - Church Hill People's News | Richmond, Virginia 08/29/2017 at 4:47 PM

[…] bike share program other than “you should be hearing something official soon.” The bike share was hoped to be at least partially launched in time for the 2015 UCI Road World […]

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