The program — a partnership between The Street Trust and the City of Portland — encourages residents living with low incomes to use bike share for free.
In Los Angeles, BikeLA has been partnering with Metro Bike Share, Bicycle Transit Systems, and local community organizations to target those often left out of cycling.
The City’s Department of Transportation has partnered with local nonprofits and community organizations to effectively reach transportation-insecure communities.
Now in its second year, the Golden Rollers program in San Antonio, Texas, is making bike share accessible to those aged 50 years and older.
These six projects will reach and engage traditionally underserved populations through shared micromobility.
Nonprofit community-based organizations, cities, or bike share operators should submit a proposal for grants ranging from $10,000–$25,000 by March 31, 2023.
As its system grows, Ohio’s Link Dayton Bike Share has been conducting outreach and gathering input from residents in historically redlined areas.
A new Community Day celebration helped build camaraderie for the new POGOH system and shine a light on its low-income Mobility Justice Pass program.
The Community Cycling Center has partnered with Andando en Bicicletas y Caminando (ABC) to increase bike share access in low-income communities of color.
This Machine, Tulsa’s bike share system, has launched a pilot program offering reduced-price memberships to low-income residents.