As part of a new grant, Boulder Bicycle Sharing is partnering with community organizations to get more people on electric bicycles.
The Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky-based bike share system is partnering with community organizations to host weekly youth rides.
In Kansas, two rural bike share systems are completely free and fixing to broaden their impact.
On July 17, youth will hit the streets of Chicago for a 15-mile community bike ride that will explore themes of transformative justice and transportation equity.
Three BBSP mini-grant recipients are working to engage underserved populations in Ohio, Hawaii and North Carolina.
In June, our 2021 Transportation Justice fellows gathered in Georgia for their first cohort convening and took a city history tour. Here’s what happened.
Bike lanes are often linked to the uprooting of BIPOC and low-income communities. New research offers a different perspective.
These virtual group discussions will focus on emerging best practices, lessons learned, and ongoing challenges in the shared micromobility and bicycling space.
NABSA’s 2021 keynote conference speaker offers her thoughts on the state of shared micromobility and what she hopes to see from the industry in the future.
People for Mobility Justice has been awarded a BBSP mini-grant to support a long-term pilot project in California’s San Fernando Valley.