Learn how to use Instagram to build online buzz that leads to on-the-ground community engagement.
This report explains how Nice Ride Minnesota created their Nice Ride Neighborhood program.
This toolkit is an exploration of the relationship between bike share programs and youth in cities. It provides stories, inspiration and guidance.
El Manual Para Embajadores De Indego 2016 incluye información sobre los programas del sistema, las pólizas y los socios de Indego. También encontrarás consejos sobre cómo hablar del sistema de comparte-bici, cómo ayudar a vender pases y más.
WELCOME, INDEGO AMBASSADORS! Indego is Philadelphia’s newest transportation system. The Indego bike share program provides exciting new opportunities for mobility, physical activity, recreation, and neighborhood connectedness. Indego and its partners are committed to linking Philadelphia residents with this new resource. That’s where you come
This report summarizes findings from a study of Indego, Philadelphia’s bike share program, in designated underserved communities during the first season (April 2015 – October 2015). A baseline survey (May 2015) and follow-up survey (October 2015) were conducted to better
In May 2015, three and a half weeks after Indego launched, 530 people at 17 stations in designated underserved communities were interviewed about their knowledge, perceptions, and uses of Indego. Individuals passing by the 17 designed stations were intercepted according to a
NACTO’s Walkable Station Spacing Is Key to Successful, Equitable Bike Share report makes the connection between station density, service quality and equity, and provides a data-driven analysis for system operators looking to expand the reach and utility of their bike share systems.
Adding monthly membership options to bike share pricing plans may increase bike share enrollment, especially among low-income potential riders, new research from NACTO finds. NACTO’s second Equity Practitioners’ Paper, Can Monthly Passes Improve Bike Share Equity, uses research