Board Member

Aaron Goldbeck

District Department of Transportation


Why is being a board member of NABSA important to you?
I would like to continue the legacy of involvement and leadership in NABSA started by DDOT alum Kim Lucas, one of NABSA’s founding members. I think bikeshare is a genuinely life-changing thing to bring to communities so I want to do my part to help other cities build successful bikeshare programs

What experience or insight do you bring to your position on the board?
I’ve worked in bikeshare for the past five years, and now I manage Capital Bikeshare for DC, so can draw on a deep pool of bikeshare experience including new areas for North American bikeshare systems, like maintaining the state of good repair for a ten-year-old system and integrating dockless bikes to a docked based system. I also work broadly on micromobility issues for DC including parking and on-road facilities, so I believe I understand the full scope of what is required for a successful micromobility program.