As its system grows, Ohio’s Link Dayton Bike Share has been conducting outreach and gathering input from residents in historically redlined areas.
From October 25 to 27, our industry met in Guadalajara, Mexico, in order to gather, learn, and define the future of shared micromobility together.
New research examines New York, Chicago, and Philadelphia systems in order to understand what plays into bike share use, and how these factors vary by race/ethnicity and income.
Thanks to a first-of-its-kind program, residents in California’s San Gabriel Valley can now buy monthly electric bike subscriptions.
Researchers at Drexel University studied users of Indego, Philadelphia’s bike share system, with promising results.
A new Community Day celebration helped build camaraderie for the new POGOH system and shine a light on its low-income Mobility Justice Pass program.
Meet 12 individuals from across the country shaping a more equitable transportation system.
It’s time to reframe how we think about transportation and mobility — the ability to move freely and participate in society is a basic right.
In Colorado, a partnership between BCycle and a local nonprofit resulted in three new art bikes.
New studies highlight significant barriers to bicycling, including a lack of protected bike lanes, poor bike design, and negative perceptions of bicyclists.