Zag Daily has been covering the UK shared e-scooter trials in detail, ever since their inception in July 2020.
Shared e-scooters will have their speeds limited to 10km/h across Paris from the middle of December, the city announced last week.
The Miami City Commission has voted to overturn its ban on e-scooters just 10 days after the policy was first enforced.
To coincide with Black Friday and promote sustainable travel, TfL is offering a 25 per cent discount for Santander Cycles annual memberships.
The 24-hour Bee Network cycle hire scheme in Greater Manchester launched last week along Oxford Road and at the University of Salford.
Micromobility operator Dott deployed fleets of e-bikes in both Brussels and Malaga this week, with London and Cologne set to follow.
The Miami City Commission voted to ban shared e-scooters last week, three years after the transport mode first became available in the city.
Paris authorities have introduced a new 10km/h speed limit for e-scooters that will be applied in almost 700 areas of the city.
The London shared e-scooter trial was launched over the summer after more than 40 towns and cities across the UK had already introduced the new mode of transport.
Councillors in Stockholm have voted to cut the number of shared e-scooters available for hire in half while moving to just three operators.
Micromobility operator TIER has launched a fleet of 500 e-bikes in London, after agreeing to a partnership with the borough of Islington.
The Italian government has introduced a new 20km/h speed limit for e-scooters as part of an update to the country’s Highway Code.
Zeus Scooters is planning to expand its services throughout Europe over the next 12 months, CEO Damian Young has told Business Focus.
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