Capital Bikeshare Crowdsourcing Map

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Capital Bikeshare is growing fast and we are continually looking for input into where to place stations.  Please help us by letting us know where you would like to see future stations on this crowdsourcing map.

The map below allows you to suggest locations for future Capital Bikeshare stations, comment on any suggested stations, and "like" or "dislike" suggested stations.

You can suggest Capital Bikeshare stations anywhere.  Current member jurisdictions in Capital Bikeshare are Arlington County, Alexandira and Washington DC.  Montgomery County is in the process of joining the Capital Bikeshare system. The influence of public input is greater in these areas, although you are welcome to suggest a station elsewhere. Montgomery County is particularly interested in input for the areas of Rockville, Shady Grove, Takoma Park, Silver Spring, Friendship Heights, and Bethesda.

All suggestions will be reviewed by staff, but several other factors are considered when locating Capital Bikeshare stations, such as interaction with the existing network, property ownership and feasibility.  These factors and more will be used to select new locations.

Thanks for your interest and input to make Capital Bikeshare the best in can be.  See you on a CaBi!

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