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New Haven Bike Share: Public Meeting #1

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New Haven Bike Share: Public Meeting #1

Time: December 19, 2016 from 6pm to 8pm
Location: New Haven Free Public Library, Ives Location
Street: 133 Elm Street
City/Town: New Haven
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Event Type: public, meeting
Organized By: Krysia Solheim
Latest Activity: Dec 16, 2016

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Event Description

Bike share is coming to New Haven! New Haven bike share will help provide more transportation options for people who live, work, study, and play in New Haven. 

Our first public outreach meeting is Monday, December 19th, 6:00 - 8:00 PM in the Performing Arts Area of the New Haven Free Public Library on 133 Elm Street. We will be introducing bike share and collecting community input on how to design the system to ensure it is successful and accessible to everyone.

Bike share is a shared public bike system. Nearby examples include Citi Bike in New York City, Hudson Bike Share in Hoboken, and Hubway in Boston. Bike share offers a convenient, affordable, fun, and healthy way to commute to work or school, run errands, and exercise. 

Please share this event with your community and networks. Here is the Facebook link to the event. The flyer is attached. If you would like to schedule a presentation for your communities or organizations, please email Krysia at

We look forward to creating a bike share system with you and hope to see you at the meeting. 

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