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We Test-Rode Indego’s New Electric Bikes Through Philly

One of the first things I learned about Indego’s brand-new electric bikes is that they come with three modes: boost, sport and turbo. Boost, so smooth […]

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5 Takeaways From Philly’s New Anti-Congestion, Pro-Transit Plan

The city just revealed its first ever “strategic” transportation plan — a lengthy report that includes recommendations for increasing safety and efficiency on Philly’s streets, at a time when […]

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Philly Could Have a Dockless Bike Share by the End of the Year

We could start seeing dockless bikes on the streets of Philadelphia by the end of the year, Billy Penn reports. During a City Council Committee on Streets and […]

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Price Increases, New Pass Options for Indego Bike-Sharing Program

Mayor Kenney’s office on Monday announced sweeping changes to the city’s popular Indego bike-sharing program that include new pass options, price increases, and a lower […]

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Here’s Exactly Where Indego Is Installing 14 New Stations

My, how time flies. Philly’s bike-share system, Indego, has been around for two years now. And to celebrate their birthday, Indego announced where they’ll be installing 14 new […]

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The Checkup: Hooray! Philly’s Bike Lanes to Get Serious Upgrade 

• Well, this is exciting: Yesterday, funding boosts for 51 transportation projects across Pennsylvania were announced. Included on the list: $250,000 to the City of […]

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Indego Will Valet Park Bikes Dropped Off at This Center City Station

One annoying downside of riding an Indego bike to your Center City office? You can’t just lock it up wherever you damn please, as you […]

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Here’s When the Philly Naked Bike Ride Will Take Over Philly’s Streets Again

Maybe nothing can truly prepare innocent bystanders for scores of naked people overtaking Philadelphia’s streets, but get as ready as you can: The Philly Naked Bike Ride […]

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Here’s a Brand-New Map of All of Philly’s Bike Lanes

Navigating for bikers just got a little bit easier. For the first time since 2014, the Philadelphia City Planning Commission released a new map of […]

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Center City West Named America’s Most Bikeable Downtown

This is Bike to Work Week, and while I left my three-speed at home in Germantown and took SEPTA to work today,* I generally consider bicycling as practical […]

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The Checkup: Indego Gets Two Dozen New Docking Stations Around the City

• Yesterday, Philly’s bike-share system, Indego, turned one — and WE got a present: the announcement of 24 new docking stations around the city, including one […]

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How Can Bike-Share Do a Better Job Reaching the Poor?

From June 22nd to 24th, professionals who specialize in bikes, transportation and social justice will gather at the Cira Centre for the first-ever Better Bike Sharing Conference. […]

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Can Seasoned City Cyclists Learn a Thing or Two from Indego Riders? 

Last summer, after witnessing one too many oh-so-baffling moves made by riders of Indego — Philly’s bikeshare program that, at that point, had just recently launched […]

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Study: Bikeshare Riders Are Safer Riders Than Bike Owners

Are bikeshare users more or less likely to be injured while riding than bike owners? The answer, it turns out, is “less likely,” according to […]

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A New How-to Manual for Urbanist Revolutionaries

There’s a new how-to manual for urbanist revolutionaries looking to dismantle the car-centric infrastructure of most American cities, and it’s written by Janette Sadik-Khan, the controversial […]