Nice Ride Responds

Share   |  Posted Sep. 23, 2010 by Bill Dossett, Mitch Vars

On September 15, Nice Ride Minnesota held a public meeting at the University of Minnesota Urban Research and Community Outreach/Engagement Center (UROC). We received a large amount of feedback and we're doing our best to respond to all of it.

Approximately 60 people participated in a mapping exercise in which everyone shared ideas for expansion of the Nice Ride Minnesota bike share system. This was the first step toward planning Nice Ride's expansion. You can find results of that mapping exercise here:

Nice Ride mapping exercise public input

In addition, participants were also asked to use post-it notes to answer the following questions:

  • What do you like about Nice Ride?
  • What do you not like about Nice Ride?
  • How can we improve it?
  • What questions do you have about Nice Ride?

All comments were compiled and recorded by Community Design Group, LLC. and answered by Nice Ride Minnesota in the following document:

Responses to Questions and Comments From 9/15/10 Public Meeting

2 Previous comments:

(1) On October 13, 2010, Ariah Fine () said:
Wow! This is a great comprehensive update! You should definitely send a link to this out in an email to at least the participants in the northside meeting last night.
(2) On October 22, 2010, Steve Hoyt-McBeth () said:
Kudos again to Nice Ride for being so responsive and thorough.

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How do I return a bike?

Push the front wheel of the bike firmly into the bike dock until the green light on the dock comes on. The green light indicates that the bike is locked and properly returned. If the red light on the bike dock stays on, remove the bike and try another empty bike dock. The bike remains your responsibility until it is properly returned.