Corporate Partnership

WABA Corporate Partners are a wide range of businesses who share WABA’s vision of a connected region. Whether sponsoring WABA signature events, working with WABA’s expert staff to create educational content for customers, or adding their voice to regional advocacy initiatives, WABA Corporate Partners hold a deep belief that WABA’s advocacy, education, and outreach work strategically aligns with their brand’s goals for growth in the DC region.

Our Corporate Partners do not inform WABA’s advocacy work or programmatic approach; their contributions help WABA build a better connected region where more people bike for transportation, health, and the environment.

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About WABA Corporate Partners

REI is a founding partner of the Capital Trails Coalition, which seeks to create a world class network of multi-use trails that are equitably distributed throughout the Washington, DC metropolitan region. REI made a significant investment in WABA to fund the first three years of the Coalition in addition to many prior years of support. Since its inception, the Coalition has worked to plan hundreds of miles (276 to be exact) of multi-use trails that will provide greater connectivity and access to trails across the region.

Learn more about the Capital Trails Coalition here:

Capital Trails Coalition | Earned Media | Future Trails | Rewilding DC

WABA and Signal Financial Federal Credit Union have been partners for more than a decade. Signal Financial FCU is a community partner who cares deeply about our region, serving around 200 small-to medium-sized companies, members of WABA, and almost 23,000 individuals in the Washington, DC area. Signal Financial is a full-service, not-for-profit financial institution that returns profits to its members in the form of better rates on loans, higher dividends on deposits, a rewards program, and other benefits.

In 2017, WABA made the decision to bank with Signal Financial FCU. WABA is proud to partner with a financial institution like Signal Financial FCU that upholds the community values we share. As a WABA Corporate Partner, Signal Financial FCU is focused on engaging with WABA members and their customers through events and bicycling education.

LimeBike is a dockless bikeshare company that launched in Washington, DC in September 2017 and joined WABA as a Corporate Partner shortly thereafter. LimeBike’s mission is to provide a sustainable solution to the first and last mile transportation problem by helping people move around their cities in an affordable and convenient way while eliminating their carbon footprint. WABA’s mission to make bicycling safer and more accessible for everyone aligns with LimeBike’s goals for active transportation growth in the region. Through their partnership with WABA, LimeBike is working on customer education around parking and the use of public space.


LaneSpotter is a mapping and navigation tool created for bicyclists, by bicyclists to make getting around by bicycle safer and easier. Founder Lynsie Campbell hails from a tech background and started LaneSpotter when she started to ride her bike with her son. Alone, she was a pretty confident bicyclist. But when she started to ride with her son, it totally changed the way she looked at biking—she started to focus more on safety. Specifically, on safe routes to get her everywhere her family needs to go.

LaneSpotter partnered with WABA to connect with the thousands of passionate bicyclists in the region to crowdsource information about which routes are the safest and most convenient. And, to ensure that bike routes keep getting safer and more abundant.

Uber is working with WABA on making streets safer for all users. As the title sponsor of the 2018 Vision Zero Summit, Uber supported WABA’s efforts to bring together key regional stakeholders and move towards building a safer region. Uber is also working with WABA to better educate their drivers on driving methods that promote safety for bicyclists and pedestrians.