There’s now a framework for determining how dockless e-bike share reduces vehicle miles traveled. Plus, e-scooter companies are creating a standardized environmental assessment.
Imagine if cities around the country allowed people to trade in junkers for bike share passes.
A recent research paper notes the ways in which New York’s Citi Bike is a net win for the climate.
A $1 million grant will help bring bike share, e-scooters, free WiFI, a mobile health clinic and a food pantry to a neighborhood that’s 70% Latino and 42% transit-dependent.
A Colorado pilot program run by We-Cycle and SkyHook Solar is positioning bike share as an even more potent tool in the fight against climate change.