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Shared Micromobility

“Shared Micromobility” is a rapidly changing landscape. Denver B-Cycle started in 2010, and presented a radical and new way for people to travel within a specific area. Since B-Cycle’s beginning, shared mobility options, and micromobility, have constantly evolved.

DRCOG and the Colorado Electric Vehicle Coalition’s Micromobility Subgroup published a nice “storymap” that provides a local, map-based history of micromobility in the region that’s worth checking out.

Additionally, DRCOG, in partnership with our local jurisdictions, has just created a portal in the “public ride report” for the region: the Denver Region Shared Micromobility Portal. This portal is worth exploring to better visualize how micromobility is changing in our region.

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