The current Northland permitted plan requires 1,156 bike spaces. While there are certainly many Newton bike enthusiasts, could that number of Northland bike spaces be considered by some to be excessive? As discussed in the other Village 14 thread, Lime Bike has closed up. Having said that, it is unclear whether this could be attributed, in terms of economics, to Lime Bike’s and/or the City of Newton’s initial over-estimation of how many bike riders (other than simply for sport or pleasure) there are in Newton, or attributed, at least in part, to the mode of procuring and dropping off bikes under the Lime Bike system. Any thoughts?