Cumberland CID Bike Share
WHAT IS BIKE SHARE?
GOAL: The Cumberland Bike Share Expansion Plan will create and implement bike share expansion in the Cumberland area.
Bike share is a trending alternative, ideal for short distance recreation and point-to-point trip transportation. Bike share takes several forms, providing users with the ability to pick-up/return a bike at self-serve stations (aka docks) within a system service area. Or, in the case of dockless bike share, bikes may be picked-up/dropped-off at any location or designated areas. Cities large and small from coast to coast have experienced rapid growth in bike share in recent years. In the Atlanta area, bike share can be found in multiple locations such as Smyrna, Town Center CID, Roswell, and the City of Atlanta.
WHERE WOULD YOU LIKE TO SEE BIKE SHARE IN CUMBERLAND?
To help identify the best potential locations for the bike share system expansion, Cumberland CID would like the public’s input. Please click on the interactive map below to show us where you would like to see bike share stations/locations.
BENEFITS OF BIKE SHARE
ABOUT BIKE SHARE IN CUMBERLAND
The Cumberland area has the advantage and luxury of being located near an interchange of infinite activities; existing in northwest Atlanta, both Inside-the-Perimeter (ITP) and Outside-the-Perimeter (OTP).
Our Cumberland Trails are an emerging system of existing and planned regional connecting trails, including the Bob Callan/Rottenwood Creek Trail, Silver Comet Connector Trail, the Mountain to River Trail, and the Chattahoochee River Trail. The Cumberland area presents the opportunity to create a major bike hub, with access to regional destinations such as The Battery/SunTrust Park, Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area (CRNRA), and CobbLinc Transfer Station.
The Cumberland CID is in the process of launching 2 bike share stations in the CRNRA at:
- Paces Mill/Palisades Park Unit
- Cochran Shoals Park Unit
Installation anticipated to be completed for use in July 2018.
Cumberland Bike Share Expansion Plan
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