Measuring spatial inequalities in the access to station-based bike-sharing in Barcelona using an Adapted Affordability Index
Àngel Cebollada and
Marc Castelló Bueno
Journal of Transport Geography, 2022, vol. 98, issue C
Bike-sharing schemes have been spreading globally during the last years. These should be publicly available schemes, servicing all groups of population. But the literature shows there are underrepresented population groups amongst their users. The physical access to bike-sharing stations and the supporting network of cycle lanes seems to influence the use of the schemes, especially of lower-income communities.
Keywords: Bike-sharing; Spatial inequalities; Index; Access; Cycling infrastructure (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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