If you couldn’t attend the Q&A we held last week for our Living Lab Cities Program, no worries! We’ve got you covered. Here are the video recording and a questions-and-answers recap.
A Q&A with Dr. Destiny Thomas, the creator of the Beyond Equity — A Strategy for Developing Critical Leadership in Transportation white paper.
Created by Dr. Destiny Thomas, this white paper is a detailed overview of the insights and research that informed the structure, desired outcomes, and experiences that were included in the BBSP Fellowship for Critical Leadership in Transportation.
On August 27, the National Association of City Transportation Officials (NACTO) released their long-anticipated 2019 snapshot of the number of trips taken with shared micromobility. Check out their report to see what changed in 2019!
BBSP is launching the Living Lab program, an initiative to support, showcase and learn lessons from four cities, in addition to the City of Philadelphia, that are addressing a key barrier to access to and use of shared micromobility in
TREC x PSU released 10 bike share briefs adapted from the National Scan of Bike Share Equity Programs report — take an inside look into the development process.
In addition to the 130+ page bike share equity scan report, the TREC x PSU research team have released ten 2-page briefs on their key findings and recommendations!
Our Emergency Response Grant grantees have gone above and beyond to serve their communities throughout an unprecedented pandemic! Check out this story about Des Moines and Santa Monica's efforts. What can you learn from their playbooks?
During COVID-19, Memphis' Explore Bike Share left no one behind — see how this bike share operator's Let's Ride It Out campaign provided free transportation to the essential workforce and Memphians as well as a healthy, safe avenue to keep
During protests, one tool has prevailed: The bicycle. Since the onset of COVID-19, the rates of bicycle use soared significantly across the country; but have you noticed that bikes are on the front lines of the Black Lives Matter protests?