BCycle is the first bike share company to participate in Call2Recycle’s landmark industry-wide recycling initiative.
These bike share systems are getting rid of fees to raise awareness about climate change and encourage widespread adoption.
The Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) is awarding grants to communities across the state to reduce emissions and relieve traffic congestion.
What started as a pilot program geared towards alleviating congestion has morphed into an innovative subsidy for the city’s low-income residents.
From Colorado to Canberra, e-bike libraries are on the rise and helping break down traditional barriers to riding.
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.