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    • Indego | Steve Ives, EOTS Flickr Group

Indego Bike Share turns two, celebrates 1.2 million rides with new stations in Fishtown, South Philly and Center City

On Thursday, Indego celebrated its second birthday and was showered with a dozen new stations, 200 new bikes and a $930,000 grant from the William Penn Foundation to support community outreach…

    • East Market construction site

April 22: East Market project could get 250 more units | Perch Pub billboard spared | Bike share station placement guide

National Real Estate Development is seeing stronger housing demand than they initially anticipated for 11th and Market, reports Jacob Adelman, so they're considering adding an additional 250 units to their East…

    • Indego Bike Share Station at Race Street Pier/Emma Lee, WHYY

Indego gets 24 new stations, 300 new bikes and more for first birthday

Indego turned one today, and the city threw Philly’s bike share system quite the birthday celebration. Cake was served. “Happy Birthday” was sung. All Indego’s friends showed up: Mayor Jim Kenney,…

    • Fairmount Indego station

April 4: Amtrak train derailment in Chester | Why bike share is safer | Distracted driving citations up

An Amtrak train derailed near Chester on Sunday morning, after slamming into a backhoe on the tracks, the AP reports. The crash killed two Amtrak maintenance workers, outside the train,…

    • North Front Street

March 9: Bike share's safety record | National Park Service's Philly love note | Front Street infill boomlet

A new study from Mineta Transportation Institute finds that bike share has a better safety track record than personal cycling. As Tom MacDonald points out, the finding that bike share…

    • Indego station

Indego popular for university commuters and joyriders, mixed results for low-income outreach

Unique among bike share programs, Philadelphia’s Indego attempts to serve lower income communities as an affordable, healthy, and green commuting option. Indego strives to be a model for other cities, a…

    • Rendering of Navy Yard with potential subway location circled

November 16: Navy Yard BSL extension study | Monthly Indego passes and equity | Two-way Spruce and Callowhill

Dan Kelley reports federal, state, and local officials, along with local labor leaders, will release a new study today on the economic impact of extending the Broad Street Line to the Navy…

    • Vernon Park

November 9: World Heritage City | Taubenberger bests O'Brien | Vernon Park as catalyst for Germantown Ave shopping

Philadelphia was officially selected as the first World Heritage City in the U.S., reports Tricia Nadolny. Philly joins cities like Paris, Florence, Jerusalem, St. Petersburg, and Prague who are recognized for…

    • Andrew Stober

Andrew Stober: Full Q&A

Back in June we reported that Andrew Stober, former chief of staff at the Mayor’s Office of Transportation and Utilities, would be making an independent run for an At-Large City Council…

    • Indego bike station usage patterns

Here are the daily usage patterns for every Indego bike share station

Since Indego first rolled out last spring, we've been intensely interested in the questions around how Philadelphians are using the new bike share service: how fast it's growing compared to our…

    • Indego

Indego Bike Share cruises to 180,000 rides in first 100 days

Barely a month since it surpassed 100,000 rides in record time, Philadelphia’s bike share system, Indego, shows no signs of slowing down. The new system dealt out over 180,000 rides…

    • Ethiopian Garden mural

June 5: City outperforming region on job growth | Big parking data dump | Indego's solar problem

The US House defeated a push to make even deeper cuts to Amtrak. City job growth is outperforming the region as a whole, even as the greater Philadelphia region has…

    • Pittsburgh bike share

May 26: Newly-elected Councilmembers want to go after tax delinquents | L+I computer problems | Quickstarter

A "hold" glitch in L+I's computer system may have led to buildings being constructed and sold without being inspected. Two of the newly-elected Councilmembers, Allan Domb and Derek Green want…

    • Indego station at 18th and Washington around 1 PM Monday

“Hey, where’s my ride?!” – Indego Bike Share rebalancing act

On Friday morning, Saturday night, Sunday afternoon and again this morning, the Indego bike share docking station outside my house was empty. And that’s a good thing (no, really). It means…

    • Indego Bikes on Eakins Oval

Philly Bike Share hits the streets and so does Jim Saksa's GoPro video

“Happy Bike Share Day!” That was the popular, improvised greeting at Thursday’s launch of Indego, Philadelphia’s Bike Share program. For most there, the event was a celebration, the culmination of…

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As Indego gets in gear, bike-share entrepreneur says Philly learned from other cities' trials

On an overcast morning, a trio of bike mechanics stands in a cluster at the back of a mostly vacant, brick warehouse in Kensington. Mostly vacant, because behind the group sits…

    • Edward Corner

April 6: Mayor's race dead heat | How to use bike share | The decline of walking to school

A PPP poll commissioned by Forward Philadelphia PAC, who are backing Jim Kenney, says the Mayoral race is a dead heat between Kenney and Anthony Williams. Take partisan polls with…

    • Indego unveiling

Philly Bike Share update: How cash rentals will work, apps, maps and more

I first encountered bike share in Barcelona. It was 2009 and I was desperately hungover, having spent the last few days in a small town Hemingway made famous and partaking in…

    • Indego unveiling

More Bike share details released as IBX unveiled as sponsor

In an eagerly anticipated rollout, Mayor Michael Nutter announced the official name and corporate sponsor of Philadelphia’s bike share program: Indego, brought to you by Independence Blue Cross. Flanked by…

    • Indego

February 11: Bike Share details released | Food trucks <3 Kenney | How to fix Philly's open data policy

Independence Blue Cross will be the largest sponsor of Philadelphia's bike share system. The system, which will have 60 stations by this spring, will be called Indego, and the bikes…

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