Submit a Letter of Interest for our next round of Living Labs by November 17. Grantees will be awarded $200,000 over two years for projects making shared micromobility more equitable.
It was a historic year for the city’s bike share and e-scooter programs, complete with expanded footprints, an uptick in equity memberships, and new ridership records.
Cincy Red Bike partnered with Shelterhouse, a local community organization for the unhoused. The resulting station is among the system’s most used.
Two years in, our five living labs have made considerable progress on their respective projects, continuing to engage underserved communities around bike share.
We culled projects from grantees and systems across the U.S. to highlight ways to make shared micromobility more equitable.
In Detroit, a new partnership with DivDat, a bill payment kiosk, is helping break down barriers for bike share users.
Researchers at Drexel University studied users of Indego, Philadelphia’s bike share system, with promising results.
Indego’s workforce development program recently graduated a second Philadelphia cohort — and inspired a whole new program in Houston.
Nonprofit MoGo is working in conjunction with Alta Planning + Design to analyze its current station locations and better align them with bus stops.
E-bikes are fun, but do they still offer exercise? We surveyed the available data to find out.