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Outreach by the Numbers

Suggest-a-Station submissions: 5,000
Stakeholder meetings: 70
Public Workshops: 9
Thousands of local residents engaged.

Public Outreach Process

In May 2015, Bay Area Bike Share announced a ten-fold system expansion and immediately began a public outreach process to determine future expansion Bike Share locations. The expansion will roll out in phases over a two year period. This page will be used to post updates on planning efforts to determine where new stations will be located.

The process:

1. Online Crowdsourcing:

We created suggest.bayareabikeshare.com, inviting the public to tell us where they want to see future stations. To date we have received nearly 5,000 suggestions from individuals across the Bay Area.

2. Technical Siting Analysis:

Working with a local planning firm, we began to determine a list of “technically viable” sites for bike share. These are sites that work from a traffic safety and urban planning perspective. We aim to have 3-5x the number of sites needed for the final system, and to solicit public input into which locations work best.

3. Public Workshops:

The next step is public workshops, where neighbors sit around maps and discuss which station locations work best for their community. In early 2016 we hosted our first (Phase 1) public workshops in San Francisco, San Jose, and the East Bay, where we invited the public to review possible site locations, informed by crowd-sourced suggestions and technical analysis. Leaning on the local knowledge and expertise of residents, these workshops informed the selection of Proposed Expansion Sites below. (Click here to see a list of past Phase 1 workshops.)

UPCOMING PHASE 2 WORKSHOPS:

San Francisco Bike Share Expansion Workshop (Haight-Ashbury)
Tuesday, June 28, 2016
6pm and 7pm
1833 Page St, San Francisco

San Jose Bike Share Expansion Workshop (South University, Spartan-Keyes)
Thursday, June 30, 2016
6pm and 7pm
921 S 1st St, San Jose

Oakland Bike Share Expansion Workshop (Adams Point, Grand Lake, Lakeside)
Tuesday, July 5, 2016
6:30pm and 7:30pm
3534 Lakeshore Ave, Oakland

San Jose Bike Share Expansion Workshop (North San Jose)
Wednesday, July 6, 2016
6pm and 7pm
488 N 6th St, San Jose

Oakland Bike Share Expansion Workshop (North Oakland)
Thursday, July 7, 2016
6pm and 7pm
560 59th St, Oakland

San Francisco Bike Share Expansion Workshop (Mission Bay / Dogpatch)
Monday, July 11, 2016
6pm and 7pm
654 Minnesota Street, San Francisco

Berkeley Bike Share Expansion Workshop (Downtown & North Berkeley)
Tuesday, July 12, 2016
5:30pm and 6:30pm
2090 Kittredge Street

Berkeley Bike Share Expansion Workshop (South Berkeley)
Thursday, July 14, 2016
6pm and 7pm
3075 Adeline Street, Berkeley

4. Additional Outreach:

Throughout this entire process we have also solicited feedback from local elected officials, city agencies, neighborhood associations, and merchant groups to ensure the selected sites align with neighborhood goals and values.

5. Merging technical criteria with community input:

Our planners then work to merge the information we’ve received via the crowdsourcing tool, public meetings and stakeholder outreach with their technical assessment to create the Proposed Expansion Sites.

Phase 1 Proposed Expansion Sites

Below are the Proposed Expansion Sites for the first phase of Bay Area Bike Share’s expansion. These are just the beginning of what will be a two-year roll out that will grow bike share from 700 bikes to 7,000 bikes in the Bay Area. We have chosen to start in areas that are contiguous with existing stations or are in the downtown areas to be able to serve the maximum number of bike trips from day one and grow outward from there. We invite you to download the maps below and take a closer look at future stations in your neighborhoods.

  • San Francisco (PDF)
  • San Jose (PDF)
  • East Bay(PDF)
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