A $1 million grant will help bring bike share, e-scooters, free WiFI, a mobile health clinic and a food pantry to a neighborhood that’s 70% Latino and 42% transit-dependent.
A new study out of Colorado State University has found that, on average, bike share systems are saving the U.S. healthcare system more than $36 million a year.
As part of a new grant, Boulder Bicycle Sharing is partnering with community organizations to get more people on electric bicycles.
In Kansas, two rural bike share systems are completely free and fixing to broaden their impact.
Lyft is offering free bike share rides to and from vaccination sites.
A three-part series from the Transportation Equity Caucus dives into the history of enforcement, the current landscape and a vision for the future.
A new study tracks urban networks’ responses to the pandemic, highlighting disparities in bike share access, and outlining a way forward.
This is the third article in a series profiling our five Living Labs, all of which are focused on bettering bike share in historically marginalized communities.