The Chicago Department of Transportation (DOT) used its award and match-funded from BlueCross BlueShield of Illinois to implement a citywide program of subsidized memberships and facilitated enrollment through the Local Initiatives Support Coalition (LISC) – Centers for Working Families. Chicago
Charlotte B-cycle worked with an extensive roster of community partners to help people from neighborhoods across the city try using bike share for their Friday morning commutes. This targeted program used experienced riders, incentives, and origination points in communities with
The District of Columbia’s Department of Transportation (DOT) strengthened and expanded its network of local community service organizations as ambassadors for Capital Bikeshare with this grant award. In addition to initiating partnerships and developing best practices based on previous community
The Bedford Stuyvesant Restoration Corporation (Restoration) capitalized on Citi Bike’s addition of 26 stations to their neighborhood with several targeted interventions to increase use. Restoration focused their grant funding on tailored community outreach, education about riding bicycles and using bike
Boston Bikes built their successful membership subsidy program and Prescribe-a-Bike collaboration with the Boston Medical Center to reach more diverse city residents with the help of this grant funding. Expansion of these two programs joined plans to understand, reinforce and
Austin B-cycle used this grant award to address barriers of cost, safety, comfort with bicycling, and language through a bilingual outreach and education campaign along with subsidized membership and cash payment options. A report with best practices on implementing a
The PeopleForBikes Foundation, as part of the Better Bike Share Partnership, made grants available to collaborations of non-profit community-based organizations, cities, and bike share operators to support strategies related to bike share and equity.