Better Bike Share Partnership

This national partnership works to increase access to and use of shared micromobility systems in low-income and BIPOC communities.

The Better Bike Share Partnership (BBSP) is a collaboration between the City of Philadelphia, the National Association of City Transportation Officials (NACTO) and PeopleForBikes, created with the goal of increasing access to and use of shared micromobility in low-income and communities of color. BBSP identifies barriers to access, partners with communities to develop and disseminate strategies to address those barriers, collects data to assess change, institutionalizes successful models and best practices, and shares its learnings widely.

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Better Bike Share

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Our Strategy

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Build shared micromobility systems that are accessible to everyone in the community.

Equitable shared micromobility systems ensure that all people have more options for getting to work, school, shopping and play.

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Support and share innovative projects in historically-marginalized communities.

Across the country, our Living Lab partners and mini-grant recipients are developing and testing new strategies to make shared micromobility systems better for all residents, particularly those in lower-income and communities of color. BBSP supports pilot projects and shares their stories so others can replicate the success in their own neighborhoods.

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Institutionalize equity in the field of shared micromobility.

Equity, and the practices and processes that ensure it, must be integrated into every aspect of the marketing and operations of bike and scooter share. It is not enough to say we support equity — it must be at the core of everything we do.

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The Better Bike Share Partnership is made possible through the generous support of The JPB Foundation.