Bikeshare customers: Young white guys who make good money
In general, bikeshare users did not mirror the adult population of the Washington metropolitan region. More than nine in ten bikeshare survey respondents were employed, while the U.S. Census reports that only about seven in ten Washington metropolitan region adults are employed. But bikeshare survey respondents also differed from the general employed population. Compared with all commuters in the region, they were, on average, Considerably younger More likely to be male More likely to be Caucausian
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