Denver should look up to Seattle, a city where decision-makers are reshaping streets in a way that prioritizes transit, walking, and biking before driving, and invests heavily in sustainable transportation. The result is a city that has grown at a similar pace to ours, but has done so without adding traffic.
Streetsblog published a story on Wednesday — "Aurora’s Dockless Bike-Share Quickly Attracts More Riders Than Denver B-cycle" — based on erroneous information, and we are retracting the post. The premise of the post was that the three companies comprising Aurora's new dockless bike-share system — Spin, LimeBike, and ofo — are already out-performing Denver B-cycle. That's not the case.