Here’s what went down at our industry’s annual conference, “Rolling With It: Empowering Shared Micromobility,” and a recent “State of the Industry” roundtable.
A new study shows that areas with less bike infrastructure experience disproportionate ticketing, compounding the effects of racially biased policing and transportation policies.
A recent research paper notes the ways in which New York’s Citi Bike is a net win for the climate.
Research conducted in Boston, Massachusetts, suggests that new protected bike lanes boosted bike share traffic by 80%.
The first-of-its-kind release provides in-depth, year-over-year metrics demonstrating industry trends, growth, and success across North America.
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.
Bike lanes are often linked to the uprooting of BIPOC and low-income communities. New research offers a different perspective.
The Chinese-born researcher wants to make public transit and shared micromobility work in tandem.
A new study tracks urban networks’ responses to the pandemic, highlighting disparities in bike share access, and outlining a way forward.
We spoke with Jodi Godfrey of the Center for Urban Transportation Research on ways to make employment at any shared micromobility system better.