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.
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.
In Wisconsin, a collaboration between BCycle and the Madison Public Library Foundation gives residents temporary access to a bike share membership.
In Belmont Cragin, the Northwest Center played an integral role in bringing Divvy stations to the Chicago neighborhood and ensuring residents use them.