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Random QuoteA bicycle sharing system will:
* Reduce dependency on automobiles, particularly for short trips in the center city, reducing traffic congestion, vehicle emissions, and demand for parking.
* Enhance our existing public transportation system by adding capacity to use a public bicycle to complete the first or last leg of a trip (i.e., from the train station to the workplace) and enable bus and rail commuters to make short trips from the workplace without a car.
* Expand the health and wellness benefits of bicycle transportation beyond traditional enthusiast groups to everyone living or working in the center city.
* Spur the transformation of city streets to become environments where pedestrians and bicyclists feel safe and comfortable.
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