Now in its second year, the International City and Bike Share Conference has set a course for Rome’s Protomoteca Hall of the Capitol Hill, taking place on November 16th.
Sending out an invite to city planners and bicycle industry participants, the organisers will this year tag the event on to the Bikeconomy Forum, set to run on the 17th.
Designed to provide a platform to share experience on best practice growth of bicycle use, the conference will also concentrate on the role that bike share systems can play in city policies and how these systems are evolving and increasingly becoming flexible policy levers capable of accelerating the growth of more liveable cities for all.
Free registration for the event is now found here.
For analysis on the how bike share’s proliferation may impact the bicycle business going forward read CI.N’s breakdown here.