Car Sharing Co-op Boosts Mobility in California’s Central Valley
A nonprofit electric car sharing program offers hourly or daily rentals recently expanded to San Joaquin County.
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.
Citi Bike’s New Prices Take Effect
The system plans to expand to 40,000 bikes and 2,000 stations.
New Orleans Bike Share Celebrates 300,000 Rides
The city revived its bike share system under a community-run model in 2021.
Share the Road
How to reimagine the public realm for a more inclusive and sustainable future.
Study: Equity in Car Share Programs Requires Low Cost, Broad Coverage
Data from a Los Angeles car share program showed its impact on underserved communities was ‘limited by its small footprint.’
Milwaukee Bike Share More Popular Than Ever
The city’s Bublr Bikes provided over 100,000 rides in 2023 so far.
The Year in Micromobility
The industry is seeing uneven support despite high ridership numbers.
Nashville Planners Release ‘Connect Downtown’ Plan
The city’s transportation department aims to make moving through downtown Nashville smoother and safer.
Tracking the Recovery of Shared Mobility
A new report outlines ridership trends and the keys to success for bike and scooter share systems.
More Bikes, Stations Coming to Bay Wheels Bike Share
The Bay Area network is adding 2,000 e-bikes to meet their growing popularity.
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.
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.
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.
Pittsburgh Launches Adaptive Bike Share Fleet
The new bikes include a recumbent bicycle and a front-loading cargo bike.
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.
Why Can’t Citi Bike Keep its E-Bikes Running?
Citi Bike’s e-bikes are becoming too popular for their own good as Lyft struggles to keep up with maintenance and charging.
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.
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.
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.
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HUD's Office of Policy Development and Research
City of Birmingham, Alabama
City of Laramie, Wyoming
Colorado Department of Local Affairs
This six-course series explores essential urban design concepts using open source software and equips planners with the tools they need to participate fully in the urban design process.