This post is part of a joint DEI campaign between the North American Bikeshare and Scootershare Association and BBSP.
Research conducted in Boston, Massachusetts, suggests that new protected bike lanes boosted bike share traffic by 80%.
A Colorado pilot program run by We-Cycle and SkyHook Solar is positioning bike share as an even more potent tool in the fight against climate change.
We spoke to bike share professionals in Philadelphia, Cincinnati and Detroit on the importance of and methods for maintaining a cash payment option.
Washington D.C. has made it easy for citizens and businesses to play a role in painting its bike corrals and curb bump outs, with beautiful results.
We examine the reasons two cities—Baltimore, Maryland, and Providence, Rhode Island—set different hours for folks using dockless scooters and bikes.
Three unique programs are currently underway in Upstate New York, Tulsa, Oklahoma, and Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
A Transportation Justice fellow speaks to his work getting 16 Divvy bike share stations installed in a primarily Latinx ward on Chicago’s far southeast side.
The first-of-its-kind release provides in-depth, year-over-year metrics demonstrating industry trends, growth, and success across North America.
Every Tuesday this past July, the Shared-Use Mobility Center hosted virtual, themed discussions. Here’s 16 learnings we took away from the series.