Partnership Brings Additions and Improvements to the Bike Fleet, Stations and Technology
“SNAP Card to Ride” provides $5 monthly memberships and $50 annual memberships to individuals over the age of 16 with their household EBT card.
On the heels of Motivate’s announcement that it’s launching an e-bike pilot program in San Francisco, startup LimeBike is essentially doing
The pilot phase is officially over—and the city is evaluating how it went. In late June, the City of Seattle announced
Here are 5 trends that seem to be “all the buzz” in bike share this year.
And the dockless bike share program only launched here in May. When I wrote that my city was getting several "dockless"
Dutch and Australian researchers conclude that bikeshare systems reduce urban pollution.
The Community Partners program seeks to remove barriers for many people to access healthy, affordable transportation.
Just a decade ago, public bike share wouldn’t have caught even the half-hearted attention of most city planners.
Bike share has the ability to connect media with consumers in a unique way. CycleHop’s new National Director of Sponsorship