More Bike Share Resources

Dockless Electric Kick Scooter Systems: What we know and don’t know

Source: Pedestrian and Bicycle Information Center (PBIC)
Presentation of overview of E-scooters in shared mobility systems across the United States.
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Strategies for Engaging Community: Developing Better Relationships Through Bike Share

Source: NACTO and Better Bike Share Partnership
Provides guidance for building meaningful and effective relationships with constituents and historically underserved communities.
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Transportation Equity

Source: Pedestrian Bicycle Information Center (PBIC)
An equitable transportation system fosters fairness and helps facilitate access to opportunities for all community members. The PBIC white paper, Pursuing Equity in Pedestrian and Bicycle Planning,
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Breaking Barriers to Bike Share: Insights on Equity from a Survey of Bike Share System Owners and Operators

Source: National Institute for Transportation
This National Institute for Transportation and Communities report assesses equity efforts of more than 50 bike share systems in the United States.
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Silent Barriers to Bicycling

Source: Better Bike Share Partnership (BBSP)
BBSP's four-part blog series entitled Silent Barriers to Bicycling details findings from two Rutgers University researchers regarding bicycling among Blacks and Latinos.
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Birmingham Will Get North America's First Electric-Assist Bike Share

Source: PeopleForBikes
There are already too many barriers to riding. The bicycle itself should be easy. That's part of the thought behind Birmingham's decision to become the first city in North and South America to launch a bike share system that includes electric pedal-
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The Four Horsemen of the Bike Share Apocalypse: What kept Seattle's Pronto! bike share program from thriving?

Source: Citylab
What kept Seattle's Pronto! bike share program from thriving? Turns out it was several things.
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Building Jobs While Building Bike Share

Source: Better Bike Share Partnership
Perhaps the grandest vision of bike share is one in which the system acts not only as a transportation service, but also as an essential community resource.
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Memphis Bike Share Will be Private, NonProfit, and Community-Led

Source: Better Bike Share Partnership
The bike share model in Memphis is a new one for the United States: It's driven by an advertising firm and a cadre of multi-sector stakeholders, rather than the government itself.
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Connecting the Dots: Linking Bike Share with Transit-While Considering Equity Issues-Requires a Big-Picture Approach

Source: American Planning Association
Bike share with transit
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