We culled projects from grantees and systems across the U.S. to highlight ways to make shared micromobility more equitable.
In Colorado, a partnership between BCycle and a local nonprofit resulted in three new art bikes.
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.
The analysis found significantly improved safety performance across a variety of measures during periods when asphalt art was installed.
A new study found that installing road murals at intersections can cut down on crashes by a whopping 50%.
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.
Washington D.C. has made it easy for citizens and businesses to play a role in painting its bike corrals and curb bump outs, with beautiful results.
We've awarded grants to 12 projects that utilize a variety of methods, including community art, electric bikes and educational programming.
This is the first article in a series profiling our five Living Labs, all of which are focused on bettering bike share in historically marginalized communities.