Welcome to The Re-Dock — a weekly compendium of bike sharing news happening in places throughout the world. The Re-Dock stations you squarely at the center of the industry news that you want to know. This issue of the Re-Dock covers bike sharing news from December 30 through January 5.

Boulder, CO

Boulder B-cycle and the neighboring University of Colorado Boulder have partnered to bring 13 more stations to the university by 2020.

Minneapolis, MN

TransitScreen, a display that allows users to compare different transit modes available at a location, is coming to Minneapolis and including Nice Ride along with Metro Transit bus, light rail and commuter rail.

New York, NY

Citi Bike was awarded Streetsblog’s 2013 “Streetsie” as the most important achievement for livable streets, allegedly “running away” with the vote.

And despite some harsh weather, Citi Bike has remained open last week.

Phoenix, AZ

Phoenix’s Grid Bike Share is moving closer to its April launch. The city and operator are currently pinpointing station locations, testing equipment, and getting prepped to place equipment on the ground.

Tampa, FL

City officials and CycleHop, the program’s operator, are expected to launch the first phase of Tamp Bike Share in April 2014. They are currently looking for station locations and have already secured four.


Check out the top 10 biggest bike share moments in 2013 as told by Bikeshare.com. And here’s a look at bike share by the numbers.

Bike sharing came of age in 2013–you can read about it here. And while 2013 was big for the bike, will 2014 be even bigger?

Re-Dock photo credit: Dmitry Gudkov, Flickr