That's just one of several new equity initiatives launched by the bike share system in Portland, Oregon.
A $1 million grant will help bring bike share, e-scooters, free WiFI, a mobile health clinic and a food pantry to a neighborhood that’s 70% Latino and 42% transit-dependent.
Indego bike share launched a four-week training course that combines workforce development with learning about bicycling.
All cities should strive to serve everyone, people with disabilities included. Unfortunately, the latter is all too often left out of the planning process.
The Nelse and Ella Gaston Social Justice Fellowship is designed to provide the opportunity for someone to work on transportation, planning and public health issues on a global scale.
Contractors have a crucial role to play when it comes to ensuring shared micromobility is accessible to everyone. Spin and Superpedestrian make commitments that count.
We spoke to bike share professionals in Philadelphia, Cincinnati and Detroit on the importance of and methods for maintaining a cash payment option.
A Transportation Justice fellow speaks to his work getting 16 Divvy bike share stations installed in a primarily Latinx ward on Chicago’s far southeast side.
Every Tuesday this past July, the Shared-Use Mobility Center hosted virtual, themed discussions. Here’s 16 learnings we took away from the series.
As part of a new grant, Boulder Bicycle Sharing is partnering with community organizations to get more people on electric bicycles.