The Executive Director of the North America Bikeshare Association joined BBSP for a Q & A about the new Workforce Diversity Toolkit — an educational resource that shares best practices for prioritizing diversity in the bike share industry.
Digital Skills Bicycle Thrills and programs just like it are a great way to bridge the gap between access and opportunity in low-income communities. Today, we’re telling the stories of two participants of the program who walked away with more
On November 5, the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) published a news release that has furthered the debate about the hindrances of helmet laws. Today, we’re discussing the consequences that requiring helmets could have on bicycling rates and low income
BBSP is launching the Living Lab program to provide support and funding to three to five cities that are addressing barriers to shared micromobility in low-income and communities of color. Read more to get the guidelines and more details.
Since 2010, bike share and micromobility have spread across the U.S., with urban areas being first in line to adopt these new modes of transportation. Today, we’re highlighting some rural bike share efforts and successes.
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What is the significance of equity? Today, we’re talking about who needs it, what it looks like, and why it’s important.
The North American Bike Share Association Conference (NABSA) is an annual event that welcomes anyone interested in discussing the major issues faced by the bike share and shared micromobility industry. This year, Zoe Kircos, our Director of Grants and Partnerships,
Great news! PeopleForBikes is now accepting mini grant applications for 2020.
Farrah Daniel has joined our team as the new Better Bike Share Partnership Writer, and this is her greeting to the BBSP community.