How Bike Share Systems Are Failing Us
Lower-income residents and people of color are less likely to use bike share systems in the US. Here’s why and what cities can do to make the bikes more accessible to everyone.
What Citi Bike Taught Me About Sticking to Good Habits
Tangible rewards are the key to staying motivated. Fun, a feeling of accomplishment, and money all do the trick for me.
Dockless Bikeshare Companies Want to Compete With City-Run Monopolies
What happens when private bikeshare companies approach the public sector?
Bike Sharing Hits Speed Bump as Soaring Costs Force Some Cities to Shutter Programs
Though bike sharing is popular and still sprouting up around the US and beyond, high costs and other headaches have forced 60 services around the world to close.
Cry-Baby of the Week: A Politician Threatened to Sue a Newspaper for Printing His Name
Also this week: A guy is suing the City of New York because he fell off his bike.
Jamie Lee Curtis Taete
This Is What 75,000 People Biking Around Manhattan Looks Like
Citi Bike just dumped all of its raw data onto the internet—attracting data sharks like so much numerical chum.