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Pedicabs In St. Louis

December 22, 2012 Bicycling, Downtown, Featured, Transportation 2 Comments

Few things bring a smile to my face like the humble pedicab.

ABOVE: A pedicab parked on 9th in fromt of Culinaria
ABOVE: A pedicab parked on 9th in fromt of Culinaria

My one and only time as a passenger was in NYC in 2005. Riding among traffic in Manhattan leaving Central Park was a bit scary but it made for a great memory. Hopefully our pedicabs will create positive memories for St. Louis visitors.

— Steve Patterson


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  1. JZ71 says:

    A classic case of supply and demand – Denver has 25 companies and over 300 pedicabs: http://www.denverpost.com/business/ci_22227236/denver-requiring-pedicabs-have-license-plates?IADID=Search-www.denverpost.com-www.denverpost.com . . Part of the challenge, here, is that our major attractions aren’t that close together and part of it is that parking really isn’t much of an issue. It’s another case of where low density makes it difficult to create a truly urban experience.

  2. linsey says:

    I think a pedicap that went between Morganford/Grand/Cherokee would make a lot of sense.


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