As a first and last-mile solution, bike share can help fill gaps in transportation networks and provide communities with better, more reliable, and more affordable transportation access. Bikeshare can help connect people with employment, education, social services, and
The 2018 Moving Together conference was jointly held by Better Bike Share and the North American Bikeshare Association. Catch up on the resources you missed!
In June 2016, the Better Bike Share Conference brought together advocates, employers and experts in the field to share ideas and strategies about how to improve access to bike-share.
This zip includes presentations from opening plenary speaker Stephanie Gidigbi; Keith Benjamin of Safe Routes to School; Amanda Woodall of Chicago Divvy; Elliot McFadden of Austin B-cycle; and Diana Ward of Charlotte B-cycle: Amanda Woodall-Chicago Divvy
These resources are from the North American Bikeshare Association's (NABSA) annual conference, where some of Capital Bikeshare's leadership team shared the documents used to make Capital Bikeshare more accessible.
In 2016, the Government Alliance on Race and Equity (GARE) and the Better Bike Share Partnership coordinated to host a training to help local organizations and governments develop their community engagement and outreach work.