Summer is about to end, and yet it feels as if summer never really started. Philadelphians are figuring out how to safely attend school, arrange for daycare, commute to work, and much more. What we do know is that virtual programming is here to stay! Going digital allows for our riders to still connect, share… Read more »
It’s been over five months since the coronavirus pandemic changed the way we go about our everyday lives. During this time, we learned how to live with face masks, how to use Zoom and Skype, and above all: how to stay safe. Here is an overview of how Indego has kept the system running, worked… Read more »
A joint statement by the City of Philadelphia and Bicycle Transit Systems We at Indego stand with Black Lives Matter and the movement to disassemble the foundations of institutional racism. Black people have endured lifetimes of violence, profiling, trauma, and pain inflicted by this racism and injustice. It is unacceptable, and Indego unequivocally stands… Read more »
June is recognized nationally as Pride Month and is a time to make the LGBTQ+ voices in our community heard, respected, and to recognize the impact LGBT+ people have had in the world. This Pride Month, Indego released a new, specially wrapped bike called the Philly Pride Bike, which made its debut at the Pride… Read more »
Through advocacy and education, the Bicycle Coalition of Greater Philadelphia is leading the movement to make bicycling a safe and fun way to get around for all Philadelphians. Using Indego bicycles, the Bicycle Coalition hosts educational programs, connecting communities to a convenient, healthy, and affordable transportation option. As this season kicks off, here is a… Read more »
Learn more about electric bikes, new stations, and pricing updates Last season, Indego introduced ten pedal-assist electric bikes, called Indego Electric, to the fleet as part of an electric bike pilot. The 10-bike pilot was wildly successful and we have been busy planning for an expansion of Indego Electric.