A new report identifies the ways cities can drive sustainability and equity goals through the integration of multimodal trips.
A primer on why women use our bike share systems less and what can be done to instigate change.
A $1 million National Science Foundation grantee aims to bring safety in numbers to underserved bike commuters, creating communal art in the process.
This paper examines the causal impact of a tech-enhanced bike share program on public transit ridership, using evidence from a mid-sized metropolitan area in the Midwest of the United States.
A recent study suggests that bike share does indeed play a role in solving the first-/last-mile problem.
The findings indicate that equity stations increased accessibility for the serviced population at every threshold examined, but the increase was relatively modest especially for the population in the bottom 20% of median total household income.
A new study from researchers in Hamilton, Ontario, highlights the effect of 12 “equity” stations on traditionally underserved areas.
Pandemic-era changes to the built environment have dramatically shifted the urban bike landscape. But if equity had been centered, would the numbers be higher?
In cooperation with city officials and community-based organizations, Fort Smith academics are creating a bike share system that serves low-income residents and establishes best practices for equity.
Research out of Colorado State University highlights how comprehensive mode shift could prevent more than 15,000 U.S. deaths a year—and not just in crashes.