For two months, one pattern stood out the most: Amidst lockdown measures, bicycles and bike share emerged as one of the most resilient ways to stay connected and healthy — I think this alone makes 2020’s National Bike Month the
Here's your recap of the webinar hosted by the North American Bike Share Association (NABSA) on May 19, titled webinar titled Room to Ride — Advocating for Bikeshare and Shared Micromobility Infrastructure.
The PeopleForBikes Foundation, as part of the Better Bike Share Partnership, made grants available to non-profit or city-owned shared mobility operators to support operating or program costs during the pandemic.
NACTO’s team has released a comprehensive spreadsheet titled COVID-19 Related Resources for Communities — a compilation of publicly available information on resources for all kinds of communities impacted by COVID-19.
In-person gatherings of more than 10 people at a time may not have been permitted this past month, but that isn’t stopping mobility justice practitioners and shared micromobility operators and advocates from coming together through webinars.
Private companies have long invested significant amounts of stock in the shared micromobility landscape. In this series of four posts, we lay out the details of the equity-based programs offered by five companies. Today, we're talking about Bird and Spin.
We invited Courtney Williams AKA The Brown Bike Girl to share her expertise and experience with our BBSP audience and how to make commuting during COVID-19 a smoother experience.
In March, Streetsblog Chicago reported on a study capturing the results of the dockless e-scooter pilot that ran in the city in 2019, and the results didn't exactly reach the
The PeopleForBikes Foundation and BBSP are now offering Emergency Response Grants to non-profit or city-owned and/or operated shared micromobility systems to support operations or programming during the COVID-19 pandemic.
From bike ridership increasing immensely and air pollution plummeting significantly, to trail usage rising by 200% compared to this time last year, let's take a look at home communities are uniting to beat COVID-19.