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Bike-Sharing Systems as Integral Components of Inner-City Mobility Concepts: An Analysis of the Intended User Behaviour of Potential and Actual Bike-Sharing Users

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    Capital Bikeshare is the local bike‐sharing provider in Washington, DC.

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Weng, J., Bäumer, T., Müller, P. (2020). Bike-Sharing Systems as Integral Components of Inner-City Mobility Concepts: An Analysis of the Intended User Behaviour of Potential and Actual Bike-Sharing Users. In: Planing, P., Müller, P., Dehdari, P., Bäumer, T. (eds) Innovations for Metropolitan Areas. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-662-60806-7_10

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