In Kansas, two rural bike share systems are completely free and fixing to broaden their impact.
Three BBSP mini-grant recipients are working to engage underserved populations in Ohio, Hawaii and North Carolina.
People for Mobility Justice has been awarded a BBSP mini-grant to support a long-term pilot project in California’s San Fernando Valley.
We've awarded grants to 12 projects that utilize a variety of methods, including community art, electric bikes and educational programming.
The Indiana Pacers bike share system used mini-grant funding to empower local youth and draw in more riders.
We're accepting proposals for grants of $2,500–$10,000 from non-profit community-based organizations, cities, or bike share operators.
Bike share system Healthy Ride partnered with three local nonprofits to better serve lower-income neighborhoods and communities of color.
Through a partnership with Springs Rescue Mission, PikeRide found new riders in the chronically homeless, addicted and poor.
Tulsa's bike share system used grant funds to hire a community coordinator, who served as a Spanish translator, event lead and Latino interpreter.
In Omaha, Nebraska, Heartland BCycle engaged local youth to turn a portion of its fleet into movable pieces of public art.