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Jul
9
comment How do the pricing structures of various bike sharing schemes compare?
Really? That's not a serious guess (or a very helpful one).
Jul
9
answered How do the pricing structures of various bike sharing schemes compare?
Jul
9
comment How do the pricing structures of various bike sharing schemes compare?
Good link, but there are some bugs in the first two figures: they don't take the base plan cost into account, and the stack values that they mean to compare. I've gone and worked out some examples for a few plans.
Jul
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asked How do the pricing structures of various bike sharing schemes compare?
Jun
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Apr
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Mar
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awarded  Critic
Mar
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asked Recommendations for inconspicuous helmet-mounted video camera
Jan
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awarded  Enthusiast
Dec
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answered Do any bike sharing schemes provide a way to rent or share helmets along with the bikes?
Nov
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accepted Do any bike sharing schemes provide a way to rent or share helmets along with the bikes?
Nov
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accepted Is it generally the case that bikes are allowed to use the “full lane”?
Oct
21
comment Is it generally the case that bikes are allowed to use the “full lane”?
That's a particularly good statute in terms of the rights it gives cyclists, but like many it asks too much of drivers: can they really judge when my safety "warrants it"?
Oct
21
comment Is it generally the case that bikes are allowed to use the “full lane”?
That's the crux of the question. There seems to be some confusion among bloggers, etc. about an important distinction between the general idea of "riding like a car", and the idea of taking the "full lane". While the former seems widely legal, the latter is often explicitly not.
Oct
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asked Is it generally the case that bikes are allowed to use the “full lane”?
Oct
20
accepted What statutes govern the directing of traffic by citizens in Massachusetts?
Oct
9
comment What statutes govern the directing of traffic by citizens in Massachusetts?
Interesting. I hadn't been looking at it from the driver's perspective. But you're right. I expect that though a driver might make the case that he was signaled to proceed, it was really his responsibility not to.
Oct
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awarded  Analytical
Oct
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asked Do any bike sharing schemes provide a way to rent or share helmets along with the bikes?