Philadelphia’s Indego bike share system is kicking off the new year with a Community Programs and Service Guide that provides a comprehensive outline of its services and more. To better understand how it provides affordable access to reliable
Drexel University's Urban Health Collaborative releases documents on free-floating bike share in disadvantaged neighborhoods.
Summary of findings from Portland State University researchers on bike sharing in Philadelphia, Chicago, and Brooklyn.
Findings from Portland State University researchers on resident barriers and attractive factors to bike share.
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