Placemakers: Extra Audio and Photo Gallery Meet Indego’s Star Rider North Philly resident Sway Hill is about to begin a multi-modal journey to work, but first she has to get breakfast for her children. Hill stops at a fruit truck to get bananas for the kids. Hill’s daughter loves day care and can’t wait for it to start for the day. After dropping off her kids, Hill busses to an Indego station to pick up a bike to head to work. She left her key card at home today, but a phone call to Indego gets her the code to undock a bike. Hill has her bike and is ready to go! Hill doesn’t have to take a bike to work; she’s essentially following the bus route on her bike. But this is the only time Hill has before her 16-hour workday to have fun. Hill won an essay contest about how much she loves Indego. Her prize? Her picture on a bike share kiosk. This is the first time Hill has seen her image on the kiosk. After the 2-mile bike journey, Hill will take another bus to her first job of the day, doing landscaping work as an assistant crew leader with PowerCorps. Hill poses on colorful steps painted by a PowerCorps team. After 8 hours at this job, she’ll head to her next job sorting recyclables, before heading home to do it all again the next day.