Thanks to a recent AARP grant, Bike Share Pittsburgh has secured an adaptive bike fleet and is currently building new programming around it.
In operation since 2017, Biketown’s adaptive program was designed with — and has continued to grow as a result of — extensive community input.
The Divvy bike share system partners with the nonprofit Adaptive Adventures to ensure people of all abilities are able to ride.
For the last three seasons, CitiBike — the largest bike share system in the U.S. — has been working with the nonprofit Achilles International.
A unique partnership between the city’s transportation department and the Outdoors For All Foundation has allowed more differently-abled riders to experience bicycling.
In Hamilton, Ontario, the Everyone Rides Initiative (ERI) — the equity arm of the local bike share system — found a creative way to operate its small fleet of adaptive bikes.
Through partnerships, programming, and new technology, the city hopes to make shared micromobility available to everyone.
MoGo bike share hosted two virtual workshops focused on the disabled community and how cities, organizations, and advocates can better serve them.