Waffiyah Murray is stepping into a new role with the City of Philadelphia and the Better Bike Share Partnership.
The Emerald City was a pioneer when it came to bike share — here’s how its offerings have changed over the years, along with some potent lessons learned along the way.
In cooperation with city officials and community-based organizations, Fort Smith academics are creating a bike share system that serves low-income residents and establishes best practices for equity.
The shared micromobility operator announced that it will exit nearly all open permit markets globally to accelerate its path to profitability.
MoGo bike share hosted two virtual workshops focused on the disabled community and how cities, organizations, and advocates can better serve them.
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.
What started as a pilot program geared towards alleviating congestion has morphed into an innovative subsidy for the city’s low-income residents.
Ten of the Better Bike Share Partnership’s most popular stories, all geared to creating more equitable shared micromobility systems.
From Colorado to Canberra, e-bike libraries are on the rise and helping break down traditional barriers to riding.
Five Better Bike Share Partnership grantees are halfway through multi-year equity projects. Learn what’s been accomplished thus far and what’s still to come.