(Washington, D.C.) Today, Capital Bikeshare announced several changes to its membership offerings, revised the cost of its 24-hour membership and introduced a new pricing structure for casual members.
Celebrating our first birthday was fun, but now we’re ready to focus on the future of Capital Bikeshare— and it looks pretty promising. After several public meetings and the help of a crowdsourcing map, which enabled members to submit their preferences for new station locations, we finally decided where to place the first new stations in the District and Arlington County. Keep in mind that these locations were chosen based upon the feedback we received from Capital Bikeshare members. So, if your favorite station location didn’t make the list, just wait—many more are in the pipeline for the coming year.
We want to hear where you would like to see future Capital Bikeshare stations! To accommodate this, we have devised a nifty crowdsourcing map that allows you to suggest a station (or many stations), view and comment on other people’s suggestions, and share it all through your email and social media networks.