- Date: 08/03/2023
The concrete-island-protected bike lanes on Oakland’s Telegraph corridor in the KONO district are all but completed. This controversial project was nearly…
When corporate owners ditched New Orleans's bike share, the community stepped up to rebuild it with a focus on equity.
Of the nearly 300 bike-share and scooter-share programs in North America, more than half are privately owned, a figure that is quickly growing. That leaves most micromobility programs vulnerable to market whims, a precarious position for a mode of transportation upon which many people depend. Lime’s departure could have been the end of bike sharing in New Orleans. Instead, Coats began devising a plan to bring it back.
But this time, he decided, Blue Bikes would be run by the community it served.
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