Suggestions with respect to bike sharing include:
1. Most population dense areas
2. Public spaces or just outside public spaces to increase accessibility
3. W/i miles of the bike paths that connect to downtown public spaces like Scioto greenway, Nationwide arena, etc.
While it's great to explore ways to increase access to bikes as an alternative mode of transportation, our current system for use of these bikes is lacking. Cyclists without bike lanes share roads with drivers less prepared with respect to spacing. They often do so at their own peril - against traffic and without helmets. Additionally, cyclists on sidewalks (which are not currently wide enough to adequately share space) increase unsafe conditions for both the biker and walker/runner.
While I'm incredibly excited about this initiative, it seems short-sighted to not simultaneously explore how residents will use these bikes in a way that is safe to them and drivers, pedestrians, etc.