Receiving some form of government assistance, like Medicaid or SNAP (food stamps);
Lacking access to a personal car; and
In the process of seeking a job.
GBM is financially supported by a $200,000 grant from the Richard King Mellon Foundation and a $50,000 grant from Spin. This program is part of a budding trend where communities pilot universal basic mobility benefits. Providing selected participants with free access to shared mobility is believed to provide a variety of economic, health, and social benefits to their lives, such as better access to jobs, education, and other amenities. The GBM pilot can model to other communities how easing access to shared mobility results in various positive outcomes.