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A8 divvy bike share presentation to council 8.12.13 cnh final

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1. Grant Application for Evanston Bike Share Pilot Program Catherine Hurley Sustainable Programs Coordinator 2. Bicycle Share Programs  Short point to point…
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  • 1. Grant Application for Evanston Bike Share Pilot Program Catherine Hurley Sustainable Programs Coordinator
  • 2. Bicycle Share Programs  Short point to point journeysShort point to point journeys  Effective alternativeEffective alternative  Sought to solve “Last Mile” problemSought to solve “Last Mile” problem  Provide an easy and affordable access toProvide an easy and affordable access to bicyclesbicycles  A public transit serviceA public transit service
  • 3. Bicycle Share Programs in the US Minneapolis, MN Nice Ride MN Stations: 116 Bikes:1200 Chicago, IL Divvy Bike Stations: 300 Bikes:3000 Miami, FL DecoBike Stations: 85 Bikes:1000 Denver, CO Denver B-Cycle Stations: 83 Bikes: <500 San Francisco, CA Bay Area Bike Share Stations: 70 Bikes: 700 Houston, TX Houston B-Cycle Stations: 21 Bikes: 175 New York, NY Citi Bike Stations: 600 Bikes:10,000 Washington, D.C. Capital Bikeshare Stations: 288 Bikes:2800
  • 4. Bicycle Share Operations  Join/PayJoin/Pay – Annual MembershipAnnual Membership – Pay as you ridePay as you ride  TakeTake – After paying, take the bicycle right out of theAfter paying, take the bicycle right out of the dockdock  RideRide – Ride the bicycle to the destinationRide the bicycle to the destination  ReturnReturn – Return the bicycle to “any” nearby dockingReturn the bicycle to “any” nearby docking stationsstations City of Chicago Bicycle Sharing Program:
  • 5. Grant Application  Transportation Alternatives Program (TAP)  Expand Divvy Bike Share Program to Evanston and Oak Park  Partnership with City of Chicago and Village Oak Park  20% cost match  Pilot Program - 7 stations with 70 bicycles
  • 6. Potential Bike Share Pilot Program Locations
  • 7. Proposed Bicycle Share Station Benson Avenue (Davis St. – Church St.)
  • 8. Estimated Capital & Installation Cost Cost per Station Total Cost for 7 Stations Capital Expenses $ 62,000 $ 434,000 Equipment Installation Services $ 5,500 $ 38,500 Total Capital and Installation $ 472,500 City Cost Share for Grant (20%) $ 94,500
  • 9. Estimated Annual Operating Budget Operating Expenses Cost per Station Total Cost for 7 Stations Operating Cost – Divvy Contract $ 24,000 $ 168,000 Operating Revenue Cost per Station Total Cost for 7 Stations Estimated Casual User Fees $ 6,300 $ 44,100 Estimated Annual Member Fees $ 75,000 Total Operating Revenue $ 119,100 Net Operating Cost $ 48,900
  • 10. Benefits  Transportation EfficiencyTransportation Efficiency  AccessibilityAccessibility  EnvironmentEnvironment  HealthHealth  CostCost
  • 11. Divvy bicycles spotted in Downtown Evanston
  • 12. Next Steps  Resolution 50-R-13 authorizing grant application  Explore partnerships and sponsors  Solicit public input  Refine Bike Share Pilot Program details  Update to City Council
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