Zag Daily has been covering the UK shared e-scooter trials in detail, ever since their inception in July 2020.
Micromomobility operator Spin has announced that it is abandoning its operations in mainland Europe to focus on the UK and North America.
Micromobility firms Dott and Lime have secured a tender allowing them to operate shared e-bike fleets in the French city of Marseille.
While the UK’s micromobility hot topic in 2021 has been the rise and rise of shared e-scooters, e-bikes have not gone away.
The shared e-scooter trial in the UK has been extended until November 2022 as the government continues to weigh up legislation.
Riders on Bee Network hire bikes in Greater Manchester have covered more than 10,000 miles in the first four weeks since the scheme launched.
Shared micromobility operator TIER has completed the acquisition of Vento Mobility Srl, the Italian subsidiary of Wind Mobility.
West Midlands Cycle Hire has added more than 140 e-bikes to its 1000-strong pedal bike fleet across eight towns and cities in the region.
Micromobility operator TIER has launched a public consultation in York allowing local residents to feedback on the shared e-scooter trial.
The Belgian city of Antwerp has extended the Bird shared e-scooter tender until 2024, three years after the operator launched the scheme.
Shared micromobility operator Neuron is set to expand its rental e-bike service into the city of Frankston in Australia, its fourth location.
Warsaw has announced a range of new regulations relating to shared e-scooters, which have been available in the city since 2018.
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