Misunderstandings of who lives in your target community can decrease your effectiveness. Instead of operating blindly, take the time to learn about the people you are trying to engage.
Relationship building is the key to attracting bike share riders who represent the diversity of the cities they are from. Here are four ways U.S. bike share systems are forging relationships around their service.
At the end of June, the Better Bike Share Conference brought together advocates, employers, and experts in the field to share ideas and strategies about how to improve access to bike-share. We interviewed a dozen leaders about what bike-share
Video featuring riders from Philly Indego, Chicago Divvy and Austin b-cycle.
As cities across the U.S. build comfortable, protected bike lane networks, the number of people biking is going up and the risk of death or injury to each individual bike rider is declining, new research from NACTO shows. In an
This zip includes presentations from: Stephanie Gidigbi,opening plenary speaker; Keith Benjamin, Safe Routes to School; Amanda Woodall, Chicago Divvy; Elliot McFadden, Austin B-cycle; Diana Ward, Charlotte B-cycle.
This zip includes the presentations and documents from Kim Lucas and Anna Ray from Capital BikeShare: Community Partners Program, Pricing, Development Plan, Community Partner Membership Flyer, Ambassadors Training Manual, Enrollment Form, and Interest Form.
This zip file includes the conference presentation, Racial Equity Toolkit, Advancing Racial Equity Resource Guide, and Talking About Race Toolkit.
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.