2-pager: Community Partnerships

Community partnerships help cities to bridge gaps between bike share equity programs and the communities that they’re seeking to serve. Partners play many roles: from guiding initial equity program development, to organizing community connections, and on through program delivery and assessment. Community-based Organizations (CBOs) and local advocacy groups may have the staff, programs, local presence, and deep understanding of specific communities that bike share programs often lack. Collaborations and partnerships require nurturing and investment, but provide unique opportunities for bike share systems to make meaningful connections with communities and residents.

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