This document provides a look back on the best practices that the City of Philadelphia and Indego have developed and provides a roadmap to continue leading the way in equitable bike share growth and operation.
On August 27, the National Association of City Transportation Officials (NACTO) released their long-anticipated 2019 snapshot of the number of trips taken with shared micromobility. Check out their report to see what changed in 2019!
This one-pager outlines Indego's Access Pass bike share discount program, helping to make bike share available to a diverse cross-section of the community.
The Strategies for Engaging Community Report provides examples from bike share partnerships across the country.
Summary of findings from Portland State University researchers on bike sharing in Philadelphia, Chicago, and Brooklyn.
Findings from Portland State University researchers on resident barriers and attractive factors to bike share.
Bedford Stuyvesant Restoration Corporation has been at the center of a multi-sectoral partnership to improve quality of life with Citi Bike as a tool.
Philadelphia, Milwaukee, and Brooklyn are connecting bike share engagement efforts with workforce development activities.
Misunderstandings of who lives in your target community can decrease your effectiveness. Instead of operating blindly, take the time to learn about the people you are trying to engage.
Relationship building is the key to attracting bike share riders who represent the diversity of the cities they are from. Here are four ways U.S. bike share systems are forging relationships around their service.