Researchers from Monash University studied users of Lime Access — an affordability program offered by shared micromobility company Lime — in Australia, New Zealand, and the U.S.
Researchers surveyed Lime riders in a dozen cities across three countries: Australia, New Zealand, and the United States. By assessing the usage patterns and personal characteristics of both Lime Access and non-Access riders, researchers compared the two groups to identify
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.
A qualitative study out of California summarizes what public agencies and non-governmental organizations can do to better bike and scooter share for all.
In this research, Jouke Ype Ruud Peutz analyzed how California’s government agencies may better assist the coordination and standardization of shared micromobility services run by private sector companies to better serve our marginalized communities. Previous work has found that shared
According to a new report from NUMO, the quality of a city’s public transportation significantly influences the extent to which e-scooters and bikes improve job access.
A new report out of the U.K. highlights how bike share systems lead to healthier outcomes and more equal communities.
The Meddin Scholarship awards a single applicant with one year of access to all NABSA events, including its annual conference.
The CoMoUK annual bike share report is a key tool for understanding the performance and impacts of the UK’s bike share schemes. It provides new evidence for the positive environmental, economic, and social effects of bike share schemes on individuals
There’s now a framework for determining how dockless e-bike share reduces vehicle miles traveled. Plus, e-scooter companies are creating a standardized environmental assessment.