What Does Bird’s Bankruptcy Mean for Micromobility?
Pundits are debating why America's largest scooter and bikeshare outfit filed for Chapter 11 — and what it will mean for the next chapter of those modes.
Micromobility Is Having a Weird Year
By all accounts, micromobility is taking off. So why are so many systems shutting down?
Study: E-Bikes Can Help Seniors and People With Disabilities — If They Can Overcome Barriers to Riding
There's lots of potential, but anyone hoping to get seniors and the disabled riding must first understand their concerns and barriers.
Study: How Low-Income People Really Use Micromobility
Shared bikes and scooters are meeting low-income people's basic mobility needs — but they're not being subsidized like it.
What’s Missing From America’s EV Charging Strategy
Hint: not all electric vehicles weigh thousands of pounds.
The Moped Crisis — An Analysis: New York City Needs a Systemic Fix, Justice for Workers and Accountability by Tech Giants
Mayhem — and, more accurately, the perception of mayhem — on the streets of the city is provoking a new backlash against delivery workers. But are poor workers really the ones to blame?
Opinion: How Shared Micromobility Can Help the Low-Income
Micromobility can be a tool for economic mobility — but only if it's done right.
Talking Headways Podcast: All Possible Commutes
Today, let's learn about measuring car travel more accurately, how micromobility can improve accessibility, and a bit about transportation in Cairo.
Why US Cities Are Rolling Back Shared Mobility Bans
An increasing number of U.S. cities that once banned shared bikes and scooters are welcoming the modes back to their streets — and prompting a conversation about why they were ever restricted in the first place.