Gonzalez, a community leader and former BBSP team member, was killed by a driver while biking in Philadelphia.
Through grants of up to $1,000, Philadelphia’s bike share system supports local community-based organizations. Crucially, a connection to bicycling isn’t required.
This is the fifth grant to support the work of the Better Bike Share Partnership since its inception in 2014.
As part of an ongoing series, we're spotlighting underrepresented voices in shared micromobility in order to encourage more diversity and representation in the field.
As a first and last-mile solution, bike share can help fill gaps in transportation networks and provide communities with better, more reliable, and more affordable transportation access. Bikeshare can help connect people with employment, education, social services, and
In Philadelphia and elsewhere, shared e-bikes have brought more people — and especially low-income, riders of color — to bicycling.
This five-year plan is intended to establish a path for Philadelphia’s bike share system to continue to grow and operate in an equitable manner.
This document provides a look back on the best practices that the City of Philadelphia and Indego have developed and provides a roadmap to continue leading the way in equitable bike share growth and operation.
A new partnership between Philadelphia’s Indego and jawnt means some employees can now ride for free as part of their transit benefits package.
Two years in, our five living labs have made considerable progress on their respective projects, continuing to engage underserved communities around bike share.