Indego and the City of Philadelphia are recruiting new Community Ambassadors Organizations for 2020! Community Ambassadors are non- profit community organizations that help Indego connect communities with a fun, affordable, and healthy way to move around the City.
Hear from our 2019 Ambassadors as they share some of their most meaningful experiences from this past season and learn how you can apply to be an Indego Community Ambassador!
If you haven’t used IndeHero, then you are missing out on an exciting part of the Indego experience! IndeHero is Indego’s in-app game and a fun way that you can help balance the system, discover new stations, and earn free days on your pass!
Indego recently introduced a leaderboard so that users can see how they stack up against other players and earn prizes on a monthly basis for being in the top three. We sat down with Indgeo Passholders, and previous leaderboard winners, Colin and Tim to find out more about their experience using IndeHero!
Each season, the Bicycle Coalition of Greater Philadelphia (BCGP) brings on a Bilingual Community Liaison to support the work of the Better Bike Share Partnership (BBSP) in Philadelphia. This person works to engage bilingual/non-English speaking communities within the Indego bike share service area. For this blog, Bilingual Community Liaison, Andrea wanted to share some thoughts and reflections before signing off. Here’s what she had to say!
Indego Community Ambassadors help keep Indego and the communities it serves connected. Working closely with the Bicycle Coalition of Greater Philadelphia, these Ambassadors were busy this season organizing bicycle safety classes, group rides, and other events that focus on introducing biking to their communities!
As the Better Bike Share Partnership team reflects on this past season, we asked two of our ambassadors to share their thoughts on the work they’ve done with Indego within their community in addition to highlights of the 2019 Indego Community Ambassador season.
The weather may be getting colder, but it’s never too late in the season to start riding! That’s the kind of eager spirit that women from SheJumps brought to a brisk November bike ride.
SheJumps is an organization that works to help women foster confidence, leadership, and connection to nature through outdoor activities. Local organizer, Kelsey Rode, thought a bike ride on Indego bikes would be a great way to do just that!
In June of 2018, Indego added three new stations to the Navy Yard with the hopes of helping Philadelphians access this iconic and sometimes overlooked community. If you have not yet made the trip down to the Navy Yard, keep reading to learn Indego’s top 4 reasons to bike there!