A candid conversation with Charles T. Brown, the lead investigator of a new, groundbreaking report on barriers to biking in the U.S.
As bike share systems begin to ramp up for the season, we want to highlight some best practices from researchers at Portland State University.
This is the first article in a series profiling our five Living Labs, all of which are focused on bettering bike share in historically marginalized communities.
Researchers studied Chicago’s Divvy system pre- and post-pandemic and found that its docking stations weren’t equitably distributed to suit users’ needs.
Texas-based Blue Duck brings a distinct, collaborative approach to scooter and bike share in the Southeast.
Bike share system Healthy Ride partnered with three local nonprofits to better serve lower-income neighborhoods and communities of color.
A young urban planner returned home to Portland, Oregon, on a mission: Bring diversity, resiliency and joy to the places where he grew up.
We’re proud to announce our Living Labs, all of which will create replicable programs for improving shared micromobility in low-income communities.
Through a partnership with Springs Rescue Mission, PikeRide found new riders in the chronically homeless, addicted and poor.
Here’s what policy proposals are on the radar of U.S. active transportation advocates—and how they could affect bike share.