The report by the CHARGE Coalition shows recent federal investments are essential down payments in a more equitable, cleaner, healthier, and more affordable transportation future.
The new paper outlines emerging trends in how cities manage micromobility, as well as tactics for making systems more equitable and effective.
Researchers at Drexel University studied users of Indego, Philadelphia’s bike share system, with promising results.
New studies highlight significant barriers to bicycling, including a lack of protected bike lanes, poor bike design, and negative perceptions of bicyclists.
Researchers examined Indego, Philadelphia’s bike share system, to determine whether physical activity increased 12 months after joining bike share.
New research uses a novel measurement tool to quantify the prevalence of transportation insecurity in the United States.
An increase in bikeshare use during the pandemic signals new opportunities for equity-oriented bikeshare policy in the future.
A new online dashboard showcases equity requirements from 239 e-scooter and bike share programs across the United States.