In Hamilton, Ontario, the Everyone Rides Initiative (ERI) — the equity arm of the local bike share system — found a creative way to operate its small fleet of adaptive bikes.
Two years in, our five living labs have made considerable progress on their respective projects, continuing to engage underserved communities around bike share.
We culled projects from grantees and systems across the U.S. to highlight ways to make shared micromobility more equitable.
In Detroit, a new partnership with DivDat, a bill payment kiosk, is helping break down barriers for bike share users.
"The Street Project," a new documentary, tells of the citizen-led fight to reclaim our neighborhoods, combat preventable deaths, and get new infrastructure on the ground.
A lifelong resident of South Philadelphia, Tyrique Glasgow runs the Young Chances Foundation, which helps give local youth a shot at a better life.
New research examines New York, Chicago, and Philadelphia systems in order to understand what plays into bike share use, and how these factors vary by race/ethnicity and income.
Meet 12 individuals from across the country shaping a more equitable transportation system.
It’s time to reframe how we think about transportation and mobility — the ability to move freely and participate in society is a basic right.
New studies highlight significant barriers to bicycling, including a lack of protected bike lanes, poor bike design, and negative perceptions of bicyclists.