Emily Badgers at the Atlantic Cities wrote a first hand account on the ‘Awkward Ethics of Sharing’ that arise with shared bikes being available to the general public. The author begins with a showdown over the last bike in the station where a “Dwight Schrute” rudely insists on taking the final bike. She then launches a discussion about the pitfalls of relying on shared transportation in the era of the “Generation Me.”
Check out her piece here and be sure to scroll to the bottom for some hilarious social media screenshots!
— Jay Williams (@jaybeas) August 23, 2012