Help us bring Bike Share to St. Louis!

Bi-State Development, with many partners, is leading the effort to bring a bike share system to St. Louis. A bike share system is a network of shared bikes for short-term use, usually 30-45 minutes. Riders, with a daily, monthly, or annual pass, check out a bike from a network of stations. The user rides the bike to another bike share station near their destination, and checks it back in. Currently, there are more than 55 American cities with bike share programs. We are considering a first phase with stations mostly in the City of St. Louis, with subsequent phases potentially expanding into the surrounding counties. This program would be funded by sponsorships and grants - Bi-State Development will not use tax dollars or otherwise pay for the program. Your answers to this survey will help inform the planning process for what the system will look like and where the stations will go. The end of the survey includes a demographic portion that is optional.
St. Louis would benefit from having a bike share system. *
Please select the number that corresponds with how strongly you agree or disagree with the following statements, with 1 being strongly disagree, and 5 being strongly agree.
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I would like to see bike share stations in my neighborhood. *
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I would like to see bike share stations near where I work. *
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If St. Louis had a bike share system, I would use it. *
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How would you use bike share in St. Louis? Please select all that apply. *
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How often do you predict you will use bike share? *
What barriers, if any, would restrict your regular use of bike share? *
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In what neighborhoods or areas would you like to use bike share? *
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List any specific locations you would like to see stations, such as destinations or intersections. *
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