Philly Bike Share: These 94 locations are (probably) getting the service

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Philadelphia Bike Share is officially coming this spring — and now we know where the city is planning to put those stations. A new report outlines the results of their month-long survey seeking input on 100 potential bike share locations.

The survey drew more than 10,000 comments from the public on the locations. At this point, they’ve split up the potential locations into three categories of when they’ll be installed: Phase 1 (spring 2015), Phase 2 (spring 2016) and (basically) “sometime after that.” Read the full report from Bike Share here, which includes a breakdown of votes and comments from each location.

Below is a map that outlines each of the potential/ probable locations. Click on each point to see the percentage of people who voted “yes” for that location. (Note: Only two locations garnered less than 50 percent “yes” responses — Rittenhouse Sq. NW and Rittenhouse Sq. SE.)

Guide: Red=Phase 1, Blue=Phase 2, Gray=Sometime in the future

Here’s a full list of the locations:

  • 2nd & Market
  • 2nd & Walnut
  • 3rd & Poplar
  • 4th and Christian
  • 5th & Market
  • 6th & Berks
  • 6th & Locust
  • 7th & Fairmount
  • 9th & Federal
  • 10th & Locust
  • 10th/Reed/Passyunk Avenue
  • 11th & Market
  • 11th & Poplar
  • 11th & Spring Garden
  • 12th & Filbert
  • 13th & Locust
  • 13th & Master
  • 13th & Montgomery
  • 13th & Norris
  • 13th & Pine
  • 15th & Walnut
  • 17th & Tasker
  • 18th & Dickinson
  • 18th & Fairmount
  • 18th & Fitzwater
  • 19th & South
  • 20th & Spring Garden
  • 22nd & Catharine
  • 22nd & Tasker
  • 22nd Street Trolley
  • 23rd & South
  • 24th & Sansom
  • 26th & Brown
  • 29th & Poplar
  • 30th Street Station
  • 33rd & Market
  • 34th & Haverford
  • 34th & Spruce
  • 34th & Walnut
  • 36th & Walnut
  • 38th & Powelton
  • 40th & Haverford
  • 40th & Locust
  • 40th Street Station
  • 44th & Walnut
  • Bainbridge Green – Bainbridge St & S 3rd St
  • Berks Station – 1900 N. Front Street
  • Broad & Ellsworth
  • Broad & Fitzwater
  • Broad & Race
  • Cecil B. Moore Station – 1700 N. Broad Street
  • Chew Playground – 1800 Washington Ave.
  • Chinatown Station – 935 Arch St.
  • CHOP – 3401 Civic Center Boulevard
  • City Hall – MSB Plaza
  • Clark Park – 4398 Chester Ave.
  • Columbus Square – 1200 Wharton St.
  • Community College of Philadelphia – 1700 Spring Garden St.
  • Cruz Recreation Center – 1430 North 5th St.
  • Dendy Recreation Center – 1555 North 10th St.
  • Drexel Park – 3940 Chestnut St.
  • Eastern State Penitentiary – 2027 Fairmount Ave.
  • Fairmount Station – Broad and Fairmount
  • Foglietta Plaza – Near Spruce St. at 38th Parallel Place
  • Franklin Institute – 222 North 20th St.
  • Franklin Square / WHYY – 150 N. 6th St.
  • Free Library of Philadelphia Central Library – 1901 Vine St.
  • Front & Washington
  • Germantown Avenue & Liberties Walk
  • Germantown Avenue & Thompson Street
  • Girard & Front
  • Girard & Hutchinson
  • Girard College – 2101 S. College Ave.
  • Girard Station – Broad and Girard
  • Grays Ferry Avenue & Madison Square
  • Hancock Playground – 1401 N. Hancock St.
  • Lancaster & Spring Garden
  • Lloyd Hall – 1 Boathouse Row
  • Markward Recreation Center – 400 S. Taney St.
  • Morris Street & Passyunk Avenue
  • Palmer Park – 1741 Frankford Ave.
  • Palumbo Rec Center – 700 S. 9th St.
  • Parkway & Arch Street
  • Philadelphia Museum of Art – 2600 Benjamin Franklin Parkway
  • Race Street Pier – 121 N. Columbus Boulevard
  • Rittenhouse Square NW – Walnut and W. Rittenhouse Sq.
  • Rittenhouse Square SE – 18th and Rittenhouse Sq.
  • Rodin Museum – 2154 Benjamin Franklin Parkway
  • Spring Garden Station – Frankford at Spring Garden
  • Spring Garden Station – Front at Spring Garden
  • Temple U Station – Near 10th and Berks
  • University City Science Center – 34th and Market
  • University City Station – 3149 Convention Blvd.
  • Wharton Square – 24th and Wharton
  • Yards Brewing Company – 901 N. Delaware Ave.

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