At peak hour an average Australian city traffic lane carries 2,000 people per hour. If they were on bikes that lane could move 14,000 people per hour. Those stats explain why Elliot Fishman, from the Institute of Sensible Transport is studying bicycle sharing. Elliot was a keynote speaker at the Australian Walking and Cycling Conference.
This recording is from the Step Away from the Car series of podcasts, recorded at the 2017 Australian Walking and Cycling Conference. To listen to the rest of the series, click here.