Cincy Red Bike will partner with local community-based and social justice organizations to host at least five community bike rides focused on encouraging people of color and low-income residents to experience the joy of bicycling.
Twenty students from local high schools in the newly-expanded Pacers Bike Share service area will participate in a seven-week program focused on using and navigating transportation options in Indianapolis. This pilot will inform efforts to get more high school students using bike share
Bike share station design contests, custom station wraps and a mobility block party are just a few of the outreach activities this grant will support as CoGo Bike Share expands its system to the Linden neighborhood.
MoGo’s expansion into the Fitzgerald neighborhood in 2020 will provide bike share options there for the first time. This grant will support outreach and engagement efforts, bike skills classes and pop-up events in the community to encourage more of its residents to get
Explore Bike Share (EBS), a local 501c (3), was established in 2016 to produce measurable impact as a shared mobility system, developed by Memphians for Memphis. Their mission is to advance Memphis and its residents on multiple fronts, including affordable
Peoples Advocacy for Trails Hawaii (PATH) is a not-for-profit organization that has been advocating for bicycle and pedestrian infrastructure since 1986. In 2015, the County of Hawaii’s Department of Research and Development asked PATH to manage a bike share program
Houston Bike Share’s mission is to provide equitable access to bike share that fosters recreation, mobility and personal wellness. They envision a Houston where everyone has access to a bike for work, play and transportation. Since launching the Houston BCycle
Over the last 6 years, Fort Worth Bike Sharing has grown to include 46 stations and 350 bikes and recently added 50 electric assist bikes. They have been pleased with the popularity of the e-bikes but would like to encourage
Heartland Bike Share is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that exists for the development, promotion, and operation of bike sharing programs throughout the Heartland region for the benefit of the general public, aimed at promoting health and quality of life as
In 2011, Santa Monica adopted the City’s Bike Action Plan, which prioritized the creation of a local and regionally connected bike share system with the mission of reducing vehicle trips and emissions, encouraging broader bicycle ridership, expanding mobility options for