Above are two handcyclists on the move.
Adaptive BIKETOWN participants sought for feedback on using adaptive bicycles
The Transportation Research and Education Center (TREC) of Portland State University (PSU) is interested in hearing from those who have participated in the city’s Adaptive BIKETOWN program. In an effort to understand bike share equity initiatives nationwide, TREC researchers would love to hear users’ feedback on renting and riding the adaptive bicycles.
The interviews will take around 30 minutes and are informal. Interviews will be electronically recorded and participant responses to the questions will be kept confidential. Each interview will be assigned a number code to help ensure personal identifiers are not revealed during the analysis or write up of the results. Interviews can be conducted in a meeting room at PSU or, if participants prefer, another public location at their convenience.
Adaptive BIKETOWN users interested in sharing their experience, are asked to contact Nathan McNeil at firstname.lastname@example.org or Austin Cummings at email@example.com.