Blue and white Pittsburgh bike share bikes lined up at a station with a red city bus on street in background.

Micromobility Operators Call for Better Links to Transit

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March 4, 2024 - GovTech

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Opinion: New Jersey’s E-Bike Insurance Proposal Would Have Chilling Effect on Micromobility

A proposal to require insurance for low-speed electric bikes could hamper the adoption of non-auto modes, advocates argue.

February 15, 2024 - Streetsblog USA

Two delivery bikes riding through intersection in New York City.

New City Office Will Regulate NYC Delivery Bikes and Scooters

The department is designed to help the city regulate small delivery vehicles, manage curb space and congestion, and prepare for new technology like delivery drones.

January 30, 2024 - Bloomberg CityLab

Streetscape in old neighborhood of Brussels, Belgium with bikes parked in bulb-out.

Paris Is Great, But Here's Where the Green Mobility Revolution Is Happening

A movement toward sustainable mobility is taking place across Europe, not just in the City of Lights.

January 10, 2024 - Scott Shepard

Green painted bike lane in New York City protected by concrete planters with Citi Bike station visible in background on sidewalk.

Leading Micromobility Trends for 2024: From Urban Streets to Regional Implementation

The proliferation of micromobility as a viable transportation mode offers the opportunity for cities to reimagine how they allocate public space.

January 9, 2024 - Jim MacRae

Low shot of pedestrians and a bike crossing a striped crosswalk.

Applying a Sustainable Transportation Hierarchy

To be equitable and efficient, transportation planning must apply a sustainable transportation hierarchy that prioritizes affordable, healthy, and resource-efficient mobility options.

January 8, 2024 - Todd Litman

Promotional photo of diverse group of young people sitting on colorful bench with their Bublr bike share e-bikes parked in front of them.

Milwaukee Bike Share More Popular Than Ever

The city’s Bublr Bikes provided over 100,000 rides in 2023 so far.

November 22, 2023 - Spectrum News 1

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The Year in Micromobility

The industry is seeing uneven support despite high ridership numbers.

November 21, 2023 - Streetsblog USA

Bay Wheels bike share station full of colorful parked bikes on San Francisco street.

More Bikes, Stations Coming to Bay Wheels Bike Share

The Bay Area network is adding 2,000 e-bikes to meet their growing popularity.

November 8, 2023 - CBS News

Blue Citi Bike bicycles parked at a station in New York City with blurred brick brownstones in background.

Citi Bike’s New Contract: What You Need to Know

Double the e-bikes, but no system expansion: an outline of what riders can expect from Citi Bike’s new agreement with the city.

November 7, 2023 - StreetsBlog NYC

Man in bright yellow jacket riding yellow delivery cargo bike with several brown box packages tied down to bike on urban street.

Building Infrastructure to Support Cargo Bikes

Industry leaders want cities to consider delivery bikes when crafting bike policy and building infrastructure.

November 6, 2023 - GOVTECH.COM

Houston BCycle bike share station full of bikes at University of Houston

From Zero to Two: Houston’s Bike Share Saga Continues

The city is now proposing supporting BCycle as well as launching a new, complementary system.

September 26, 2023 - Axios

Close-up of person checking out bike at Houston BCycle station with red bikes

Houston Could Launch New Bike Share

Metro is considering a contract with a new operator that would focus bike share service on major transit hubs.

September 25, 2023 - Houston Chronicle

Bike share station on sidewalk next to red painted bike lane with white bikes parked at docks.

Shared Mobility as Essential Transit

Research reveals that shared bikes and scooters are often a crucial lifeline for low-income workers, signaling a need to include micromobility in the larger public transit conversation.

September 21, 2023 - Streetsblog USA

Close-up of red Houston BCycle bike share bikes parked at a station

Houston To End Bike Share Program

Lacking the funding it needs to continue, Houston’s BCycle bike share system will end operations in the coming months.

September 18, 2023 - Houston Chronicle

Close-up of silos with Imperial Sugar logo in Sugar Land, Texas

Sugar Land Mobility Master Plan Targets Microtransit, Connectivity

The southeast Texas city is responding to community demands for safer, more accessible, and more diverse transportation choices.

July 11, 2023 - Fort Bend Independent

Citi Bike station in New York City

Shared Mobility Starts to Reach Critical Mass

The growing popularity of shared mobility modes, many small and highly efficient, could soon begin having a significant impact on urban transportation patterns.

July 3, 2023 - Smart Cities Dive

Three people wearing helmets riding electric scooters in New York City

E-Scooters Are Rolling Into Queens

Citing the success of a shared scooter program in the Bronx, New York City officials are expanding e-scooter service to parts of eastern Queens.

June 19, 2023 - StreetsBlog NYC

Blue Citi Bike bike share bikes parked at a station near Times Square in New York City

Op-Ed: New York Should Double Down on Micromobility

The growing popularity of Citi Bike, shared e-scooters, and other small devices signal a need for the city to quickly expand its support of new modes with safe roads, charging infrastructure, and secure parking options in all parts of the city.

June 8, 2023 - Center For An Urban Future

Chicago Bikeshare

Micromobility Plus Transit Equals Jobs

Linking micromobility options to public transit can improve job acessibility, new research finds.

May 31, 2023 - Smart Cities Dive

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