Transport expert Carlton Reid argues that history shows how e-scooters will almost certainly be legalised in the UK following the conclusion of trials.
The Parliamentary Advisory Council for Transport Safety (PACTS) is urging more operators to collaborate after already working with Tier and Bolt. PACTS advises the UK
In the summer of 2012, while the world was watching the London Olympics, Beryl founder Emily Brooke had an epiphany. She had just finished university,
Zag, the website for micromobility and urban design, is set to relaunch with a new editor and publisher.
Another experienced and energetic female leader for the British micromobility sector.
Leading voices in the industry applaud TfL for its work in getting an e-scooter trial secured for London.
The second edition of our panel discussion takes place on 24 November, and features leaders from nine shared micromobility providers.
The student who diligently washed out her recycling pots is now transforming how British cities move as the UK boss of one of the world’s largest micromobility companies.
On 3 November, authorities from Chicago, Paris, the West Midlands, Milton Keynes and Northampton will share best practice and real-world lessons.
Some peers chose tabloid talk and project fear in e-scooter discussion, while others recognised the huge potential scooters offer.
Link’s Europe chief has done battle for the planet from inside the establishment – at energy giant Shell, the UN and micromobility unicorn Bird. Now, she’s joined forces with the minnow that wants to transform, not only how people move around cities worldwide, but how e-scooter companies themselves work.
Women are changing our world. In this series, we profile the female leaders who, through their stewardship of electric scooter companies, are transforming how cities think about low carbon transport.
Ginger’s boss takes offence at Voi and unleashes a Twitter tirade.
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