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Reimagining Bike Sharing: 

The Many Use Cases of Shared Bikes

About The Webinar

Bike sharing is more than just a means of transportation. 

Though once envisioned solely as another form of mass transit, bike sharing has evolved to serve a range of use cases — for both transportation and recreation — in communities of all sizes. 

Join Zagster, the University of Maryland, and the Evansville Area Trails Coalition Tuesday June 6th at 2pm ET / 11am PT for a live webinar as we discuss why bike sharing has moved beyond the big city, and how communities everywhere have built bike share programs to achieve their unique goals.

You'll learn how bike sharing:

Invigorates commercial centers to boost economic development

Shannon manages event and content marketing promotions at Zagster, and helps bring bike share to small cities, universities, and corporate campuses, and private properties. She is a bike share commuter.

About the Presenters:

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Date: Tuesday, June 6th 2017
Time: 2pm ET / 11am PT
Duration: 1 Hour
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Shannon Lehotsky

Marketing Programs Manager, Zagster

Provides broader and easier access to trails and greenspace

Forges stronger town-gown connections between cities and universities

Promotes financial and physical equity

Tuesday, June 6th at 2pm ET / 11am PT

Want a preview of what you'll learn in the webinar?

Download our case study with Evansville Indiana: Unlocking Bike Sharing's Powerful Recreational Potential.

This case study explores how Evansville, Indiana launched a bike share that serves as both a reliable means of urban transportation and as a vehicle for leisurely, healthy fun.

Enables business parks to work more efficiently

Austin Maxheimer

Executive Director, Evansville Area Trails Coalition

Austin helps Evansville become a more walkable City by connecting people and places, promoting active lifestyle and transportation, and advocating for the development of multi-use trails.

Aaron Goldbeck

Bicycle Coordinator, University of Maryland

Aaron works closely with campus departments and regional partners to enhance the safety, efficiency, and comfort of cycling on and around campus.  Aaron holds a BA from Earlham College and a Masters in Community Planning from the University of Maryland.

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