Blue Bikes, New Orleans’ nonprofit bike share system, used grant funding to recruit ambassadors from three historically underserved areas.
Indego’s workforce development program recently graduated a second Philadelphia cohort — and inspired a whole new program in Houston.
Chicago-based Equiticity is working to socialize BIPOC around the act of mobility — increasing a sense of safety, ownership, and autonomy in the process.
A collaboration between four Nashville-based organizations has made bike share memberships available at every library, complete with suggested routes, group rides, and art bikes.
Texas-based nonprofit Ghisallo Cycling Initiative will introduce 24 seniors to San Antonio BCycle through weekly group rides.
These 10 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 $2,500–$10,000 before April 15.
In Raleigh, North Carolina, the advocacy organization Oaks and Spokes helped increase bike share representation amongst riders 55+ by nearly 200%.
Local artists adapted their larger-than-life art to suit SunCycle bikes, immersing riders in the area’s rich culture and history.
In Columbus, Ohio, CoGo bike share takes a multifaceted approach to community engagement.