An initiative from Citi Bike and Healthfirst provided free, two-month bike share memberships to hundreds of participants in the city’s Summer Youth Employment Program.
This Machine, Tulsa’s bike share system, has launched a pilot program offering reduced-price memberships to low-income residents.
A partnership between NACTO and BBSP, this eight-month fellowship is designed for early- and mid-career professionals. Applications are due September 25, 2022.
Indego’s workforce development program recently graduated a second Philadelphia cohort — and inspired a whole new program in Houston.
A new paper explores the challenges facing U.S. transit riders without bank accounts or smartphones, and offers solutions to ensure they’re not left behind.
Chicago-based Equiticity is working to socialize BIPOC around the act of mobility — increasing a sense of safety, ownership, and autonomy in the process.
The Bike Rx program allows providers to prescribe bike share memberships to patients with qualifying conditions.
In Lincoln, Nebraska, Heartland Bike Share recently received a grant from AARP to help educate and engage older adults around its BikeLNK system.
A collaboration between four Nashville-based organizations has made bike share memberships available at every library, complete with suggested routes, group rides, and art bikes.
A new study highlights how Black riders are more than 4.5x as likely to die while riding a bike than white ones on a per-mile basis.