Bublr’s B3 Workforce Development Program is a six-month track offering Milwaukee-area young adults a career in bikes.
Through partnerships, programming, and new technology, the city hopes to make shared micromobility available to everyone.
In Wisconsin, a collaboration between BCycle and the Madison Public Library Foundation gives residents temporary access to a bike share membership.
BikeWalkKC and Safe Routes to School have released a new publication designed for advocates that want to repeal and modify unsafe, racialized traffic laws.
Applications are currently open for four separate bicycle mechanic educational opportunities, all geared towards increasing gender and racial diversity in the bike industry.
A primer on why women use our bike share systems less and what can be done to instigate change.
Vivian Ortiz has a passion for getting Black, Latino, and older women bicycling — and for transforming the infrastructure that allows them to do so comfortably.
A new podcast from researcher Charles T. Brown discusses the connection between mobility and equity, and how the movement of marginalized communities is overly policed.
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.
It’s time we normalize the fact that shared micromobility needs to be a part of every transit system — and how, when done right, it’s a win for equity.