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.
A 2022 study highlights how bike share can raise home prices, especially for homeowners that aren’t close to subway stations.
This research adds credence to the positive impact bicycling has on health outcomes, finding that more than 200,000 premature deaths—around 15,000 in the U.S. alone—could be prevented each year if countries support more urban bicycling by 2050.
The Bedford Stuyvesant Restoration Corporation’s latest report details its progress and goals for transforming public transportation in communities of color.
Colorado State University researchers have found that, on average, bike share systems are saving the U.S. healthcare system more than $36 million a year.
This qualitative study surveyed focus groups in 10 U.S. cities, resulting in an in-depth understanding of participants’ perceptions and attitudes towards biking, as well as what types of activities, programs or marketing might change their opinions.
Created by Dr. Destiny Thomas, this white paper is a detailed overview of the insights and research that informed the structure, desired outcomes, and experiences that were included in the BBSP Fellowship for Critical Leadership in Transportation.
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!