Cincy Red Bike was one of nine programs across the country to receive a cut of the Better Bike Share Partnership’s $79,600 grant designed to reach and engage residents in low-income neighborhoods and communities of color in shared micromobility transportation options.
The $10,000 awarded to Cincy Red Bike will go towards five community bike rides focused on encouraging people of color and low-income residents to explore the many benefits of cycling. Local social justice organizations will help with these efforts.
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