Home / DURP News / Honolulu Residents get Raw Deal with Bikeshare: Wyatt Gordon, DURP graduate and German Chancellor Fellow, discusses some challenges

 
Wyatt Gordon, who graduated in Summer 2016 with a Master’s in Urban and Regional Planning, pulls from his experiences as a community planner and Bikeshare volunteer to contrast the impact and cost of Oʻahu’s new Bikeshare program on visitors and residents. In his HPR interview, Gordon states that Bikeshare Hawaii is “projected to be one of the most profitable Bikeshare systems in the world, a further reason why they can afford to offer Hawaiʻi residents a good deal and repay the two million dollars in public money that went to the system” (2:13-2:24).

Photo courtesy of Wyatt Gordon

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