This study focuses on a few of the most intractable problems that any robust bikeshare network faces: rebalancing stations so that they are neither full nor empty, and bike availability. Uneven demand and traffic flows are the root causes, preventing bikeshares from reaching their full potential as forms of public transportation.

New York Citi Bike Rebalancing Study

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