New research examines New York, Chicago, and Philadelphia systems in order to understand what plays into bike share use, and how these factors vary by race/ethnicity and income.
Researchers examined Indego, Philadelphia’s bike share system, to determine whether physical activity increased 12 months after joining bike share.
An increase in bikeshare use during the pandemic signals new opportunities for equity-oriented bikeshare policy in the future.
This paper examines transit users’ experiences with fare technologies using a survey of riders in three cities.
The North American Bikeshare and Scootershare Association’s (NABSA) 2021 State of the Industry Report has arrived. Now in its third year, this year’s report continues tracking ridership levels, demographic data, and other trends through the COVID-19 pandemic. Once again,
The authors of this study estimate how the largest and fastest-growing segment of this market — the dockless electric scooter ('e-scooter') sharing industry — impacts spending in one of the largest segments of the local economy, the restaurant industry.
Fatality rates per 100 million miles traveled are systemically higher for Black and Hispanic Americans for all modes — and notable higher for vulnerable modes like bicycling and walking.
The analysis found significantly improved safety performance across a variety of measures during periods when asphalt art was installed.
This paper examines the causal impact of a tech-enhanced bike share program on public transit ridership, using evidence from a mid-sized metropolitan area in the Midwest of the United States.
The findings indicate that equity stations increased accessibility for the serviced population at every threshold examined, but the increase was relatively modest especially for the population in the bottom 20% of median total household income.