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Our partner Bedford-Stuyvesant Restoration is hosting a series of webinars to spread the word about the NYC Better Bike Share Partnership (BBSP). You’ll learn what the Partnership is up to, Citi Bike’s role in it, and what we’ve learned along the way.

These webinars are a great way to discover Citi Bike beyond the bikes. Each session focuses on the NYC Better Bike Share Partnership’s work in making bike share more accessible for all New Yorkers.

All webinars take place on the last Tuesday of the month at 2:00 PM. See below for exact dates and links to register!

The Better Bike Share Partnership aims to develop inclusive programs and policies to promote equity through bike share and increase the diversity of bike share riders to improve health and financial outcomes of NYC neighborhoods.

Promoting Bike Share through Youth Engagement

Date: April 24, 2018

Time: 2:00 PM


Citi Bike for Youth is one of the many programs of the BBSP. After a bike safety class ran by Bike New York, the program provides students, volunteers, and youth employees 16-24 years old with a year free of Citi Bike!

This webinar explores a variety of efforts in NYC being used to engage youth as early adopters of Citi Bike. From NYC pilot programs like Citi Bike to School and Citi Bike for Youth, we’re finding better ways to connect young New Yorkers to bikes for transportation to school, work, and play.

Biking Your Way to a Bigger Bank Account

Date: May 22, 2018

Time: 2:00 PM


Partners include: Department of Health, Department of Transportation, The Brown Bike Girl, Transportation Alternatives, People for Bikes, Bike New York, Transition High School, and El Barrio Bikes!

Learn how bike share can be used by both organizations and individuals as a valuable tool to increase savings. This webinar addresses how various membership options can support your clients, staff, and broader community. Hear from financial counseling professionals on how to translate transportation savings into other areas of your budget. The session also addresses how bike share can be used as an entry point for the unbanked, encouraging them to open a bank account and address credit issues impeding their financial health.