Introduction - About the Adaptive Bicycle Pilot Project

The City of Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) is in the early stages of developing a pilot project for the rental of adaptive bicycles as part of the recently launched BIKETOWN bike share. The pilot project concept is focused on bicycle rentals (1-3 hours) for people with disabilities and those who are not comfortable using traditional, two-wheeled BIKETOWN bicycles. Types of adaptive bicycles include, hand cycles, three-wheeled trikes and side-by-side tandems, which are all currently being considered for the pilot project.
 
It is important to PBOT that the project be developed with the users in mind, and therefore want you to have an active role in the project development. This survey is the next step in gathering this input from you, and we appreciate you taking the time to participate. 

If you have any questions about the Adaptive Bicycle Pilot Project please checkout our website: www.adaptivepdx.org
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Contact Liz Hormann
elizabeth.hormann@portlandoregon.gov 
503-823-5086
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