Data from the U.S. and Canada shows how shared bikes and scooters have changed transportation, providing safer, cheaper, and more accessible ways for people to get around.
In New Orleans, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Louisiana is sponsoring free 30-minute Blue Bikes rides to and from clinics, doctors’ offices, or pharmacies.
Meet eight individuals from across the country shaping a more equitable transportation system.
Shawna Kitzman, a project planner from Toole Design, weighs in on how shared micromobility can better serve female users.
The new city-subsidized Boston Bikes Pass makes annual Bluebikes memberships just $60/year for new riders and $5/year for low-income residents.
Thanks to a recent AARP grant, Bike Share Pittsburgh has secured an adaptive bike fleet and is currently building new programming around it.
The program — a partnership between The Street Trust and the City of Portland — encourages residents living with low incomes to use bike share for free.
In operation since 2017, Biketown’s adaptive program was designed with — and has continued to grow as a result of — extensive community input.
In Los Angeles, BikeLA has been partnering with Metro Bike Share, Bicycle Transit Systems, and local community organizations to target those often left out of cycling.
From September 19-22, our industry met in Hamilton and Toronto, Canada, in order to gather, learn, and define the future of shared micromobility together.