MoGo is widely written about for our innovation of micro-mobility in Detroit. News outlets from Detroit Free Press to the New York Times have written about our rise and continuance of growth. Read all about the journey of MoGo!
A little electric boost made the ride from the Dequindre Cut up the hill to Wilkins Street a breeze. It was Monday, the sun was shining, and it was a beautiful day for a bike ride at Eastern Market...read more
It’s estimated nearly 25 percent of Detroit households don’t have access to a motor vehicle. Many need another option to get around, and thanks to the efforts of the Downtown Detroit Partnership, metro Detroit has...read more
Andre Bryant did something this past summer that he had never done in his 48 years: He rode a bike. Mr. Bryant, who has cerebral palsy, rode a hand-powered bike — a tricycle, actually — as part of a pilot program in Detroit, where the bike-share, called MoGo...read more
Rory Lincoln enjoys a lot about his job, especially one area he didn’t expect to. “I never would have thought of myself as someone who would teach a biking class or someone who is informed about bicycling safety and can impart wisdom on others,” said Lincoln, MoGo Detroit’s director of programming & operations....read more
Despite electric scooters getting all the hype recently, Detroit’s public bike-share program is proving to be an affordable and accessible transit option. Since rolling into town in May of 2017, public bike-share system MoGo has shattered first-year expectations, according to their first annual report released today...read more
MoGo, Detroit’s bike-share system, launched in 2017. But a couple years before, when it was still in the planning phases, Lisa Nuszkowsi, MoGo’s founder and executive director, got a call from John Waterman...read more