Those in favour cite Montreal as an example of a thriving system. Until New York’s program is fully implemented, Montreal’s will remain the biggest bike share program in North America with 5120 bikes, 411 stations, and over 35,000 customers. I hate to point out that Montreal’s system is still running a deficit despite it’s size, but if nothing else, it demonstrates how expansion could provide better transit service for Torontonians.
Bill Sullivan took high-resolution pictures of NYC commuters in 2004 at the exact moment they were going through subway turnstiles. These are turns (in order) 9078, 14338, 13761, 11345, 18008, 16214. The people pictured were asked to sign waivers so that their pictures may be used in the exhibit.