Not only did the largest bike share system in the U.S. shatter its weekly ride record, but its reduced fare memberships are also up 40% year over year.
Thanks to a grant from the Colorado Energy Office, the nonprofit bike share operator PikeRide will begin offering low-cost, monthlong access to electric bicycles.
These six projects will reach and engage traditionally underserved populations through shared micromobility.
As part of its Lime Hero program, the world’s largest shared electric vehicle company will help raise funds to create safer streets in Orlando, Florida.
It was a historic year for the city’s bike share and e-scooter programs, complete with expanded footprints, an uptick in equity memberships, and new ridership records.
This year’s Shared-Use Mobility Summit brought industry transportation professionals together to talk about equity, micromobility, and community engagement.
The Northern California town’s new bike share system is first and foremost geared towards low-income residents living downtown.
The Meddin Scholarship awards a single applicant with one year of access to all NABSA events, including its annual conference.
As part of a grant from the Colorado Energy Office, the city will provide micromobility to up to 40 income-qualified residents.
Divvy has successfully teamed up with local nonprofits in Chicago to prepare youth and adults to work as bike share mechanics.