Data from the U.S. and Canada shows how shared bikes and scooters have changed transportation, providing safer, cheaper, and more accessible ways for people to get around.
Half a billion trips on shared micromobility systems since 2010. Since the first modern North American bike share system launched in Montreal in 2009, shared micromobility has ushered in a transportation revolution, providing safer, cheaper, and more accessible ways for people
Meet eight individuals from across the country shaping a more equitable transportation system.
This eight-month fellowship is designed to amplify the voices of people of color in transportation through professional development and networking opportunities. Apply by September 22, 2023.
Members of this year’s Transportation Justice Fellowship share their experiences with the program, which was designed to support and amplify professionals of color working in the mobility field.
This is the fifth grant to support the work of the Better Bike Share Partnership since its inception in 2014.
A recap of the Better Bike Share Partnership’s role at the National Association of Transportation Official’s annual conference.
The new paper outlines emerging trends in how cities manage micromobility, as well as tactics for making systems more equitable and effective.
This report captures the significant changes to share micromobility that have occurred since 2020, as well as the trends that emerged and are likely to continue.
This working paper outlines emerging trends in how cities manage micromobility, as well as tactics for making systems more equitable and effective.