Beyond Equity — A Strategy for Developing Critical Leadership in Transportation

Bluebikes | Boston, MA

Valentine Bike Share system | Valentine, NE

Koloni | Pocahontas, IA

Healthy Ride | Pittsburgh, PA

The Better Bike Share Partnership is a collaboration funded by The JPB Foundation to build equitable and replicable shared micromobility systems. The partners include The City of Philadelphia, the National Association of City Transportation Officials (NACTO) and the PeopleForBikes Foundation. Initially funded in 2014 for a three-year period, The JPB Foundation has continued to support the program, most recently in 2020 for an additional three years.

Stories and Updates

The Grow Cycling Foundation — Aiming to Create Diversity In Cycling

Learn about the Grow Cycling Foundation! Eliot Jackson and his team are working to create new paths for inclusive community building and career development in the cycling industry.

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An Adaptive Bike Share Convening
MoGo bike share hosted two virtual workshops focused on the disabled community and how cities, organizations, and advocates can better serve them.

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Pittsburgh Is Reimagining Mobility
As the first mobility as a service (MaaS) project of its kind in the U.S., Move PGH is making different forms of shared mobility easily accessible — and car ownership obsolete.

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Portland’s Transportation Wallet
What started as a pilot program geared towards alleviating congestion has morphed into an innovative subsidy for the city’s low-income residents.

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Research

50+ Resources All About Bike Share

NABSA Workforce Diversity Toolkit

NABSA Workforce Diversity Toolkit

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Grants

Nearly $1.5 Million In Funding Given!

Better Bike Share Mini-Grants

Better Bike Share Mini-Grants

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Events

May 21-23 An In-person Event

Bicycle Leadership Conference

Bicycle Leadership Conference

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