Reflecting on our mission to increase bikeshare ridership and transportation equity throughout NYC’s underrepresented and low-income communities in 2022.
Year at a glance: our community impact in 2022
At Citi Bike, transportation equity means increasing access, comfort, and usage of our bikeshare programs within historically underserved communities. To do this, our Community Engagement team works in collaboration with advocacy groups, nonprofits, local government, community leaders, and neighborhood residents to ensure that Citi Bike is accessible and seen as a valued community resource.
We’ve had an amazing year. Check out the video below to see some of our highlights:
Membership in Reduced Fare Bike Share presented by Healthfirst grew to over 15,200 members in 2022.
From street fairs to adaptive bike rides, we spread the love (and bikes!) in our communities through 290+ events supported and attended by over 2,023 participants.
Our Community Grants program awarded $70,000 in funding to 7 local organizations focusing on building lasting impact in their communities.
Our team of Community Organizers, our on-the-ground champions for Reduced Fare Bike Share, were deeply embedded in local neighborhoods and attended over 110 events.
120 Adaptive bike riding sessions were hosted through our Achilles and Citi Bike Adaptive Cycling Program across 4 different boroughs and over the course of 6 months.
45.6% of Adaptive Cycling participants tried an adaptive bike for the first time and 57% visited more than one workout.
We offered free, 2-month memberships to up to 1200 DYCD Summer Youth Employment Program participants, with over 10,467 rides taken.
It’s all possible because of our incredible community of riders.