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Semi-Automated Location Planning for Urban Bike-Sharing Systems
Bike-sharing has developed into an established part of many urban transportation systems. However, new bikesharing systems (BSS) are still built and existing ones are extended. Particularly for large BSS, location planning is complex since factors determining potential usage are manifold. We propose a semi-automatic approach for creating or extending real-world sized BSS during general planning. Our approach optimizes locations such that the number of trips is maximized for a given budgetdoi:10.5281/zenodo.1483821 fatcat:5pqlg2swnjd6rid3vszj3wco7a