- Date: 08/15/2022
Can an electric bike lending program reduce congestion and smog in low-income city neighborhoods while improving mobility? Oakland, California, is…
A new community-based effort to bring more transportation options to low-income residents is set to begin early next year.
Stakeholders in the University of Arkansas and Fort Smith want seven stations equipped with electric and non-electric bicycles in the city as part of a pilot project with research components. The project is called Shared Micromobility for affordable-accessible housing and paid through the Virginia-based National Science Foundation.
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