COGO Bikeshare Survey

Hilliard residents are being asked to take a brief survey to help a group of Ohio State University student researchers explore the interest in bikeshare services within the community.

Note that this survey is not being performed by the City of Hilliard.

In 2017, the Bike-Share Expand project was proposed by a group of undergrad and graduate students in the City and Regional Program at The Ohio State University.

This plan expanded the Columbus bike share program, CoGo, further into the suburbs of Columbus. These suburbs included Grandview, Bexley, and Upper Arlington. This plan served to spread the CoGo bike share system farther into Central Ohio. The Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission helped to fund this expansion by providing a grant of over $900,000. As this expansion plan proved to be successful in the participating communities, CoGo is looking to expand its reach even more.

In 2021, CoGo is looking to bring its system to the communities of Hilliard, Dublin, and Upper Arlington, and into the Columbus Metro Parks. As a group of undergraduate students in the City and Regional Program at the Ohio State University, we are looking to repeat the success of our predecessors. Our final document will act as a guide for these cities in regard to adding CoGo bike share into their respective communities. The document will include station recommendations, public outreach, and research on case studies where other cities have expanded their systems.

Our group's purpose is to survey the citizens of Hilliard to gauge resident interest in bike-share being brought into the community. Bike share is a form of public transit where users can check out a bike at a self-service station. The bike can be used for up to 45 minutes and then docked at a station that is closest to your final destination. Bike-share is available year-round for use by anyone over 18 years of age.


Hilliard residents are being asked to take a brief survey to help a group of Ohio State University student researchers explore the interest in bikeshare services within the community.

Note that this survey is not being performed by the City of Hilliard.

In 2017, the Bike-Share Expand project was proposed by a group of undergrad and graduate students in the City and Regional Program at The Ohio State University.

This plan expanded the Columbus bike share program, CoGo, further into the suburbs of Columbus. These suburbs included Grandview, Bexley, and Upper Arlington. This plan served to spread the CoGo bike share system farther into Central Ohio. The Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission helped to fund this expansion by providing a grant of over $900,000. As this expansion plan proved to be successful in the participating communities, CoGo is looking to expand its reach even more.

In 2021, CoGo is looking to bring its system to the communities of Hilliard, Dublin, and Upper Arlington, and into the Columbus Metro Parks. As a group of undergraduate students in the City and Regional Program at the Ohio State University, we are looking to repeat the success of our predecessors. Our final document will act as a guide for these cities in regard to adding CoGo bike share into their respective communities. The document will include station recommendations, public outreach, and research on case studies where other cities have expanded their systems.

Our group's purpose is to survey the citizens of Hilliard to gauge resident interest in bike-share being brought into the community. Bike share is a form of public transit where users can check out a bike at a self-service station. The bike can be used for up to 45 minutes and then docked at a station that is closest to your final destination. Bike-share is available year-round for use by anyone over 18 years of age.


Page last updated: 17 March 2021, 11:12