Transport expert Carlton Reid argues that history shows how e-scooters will almost certainly be legalised in the UK following the conclusion of trials.
Shared micromobility operator Bird has announced the launch of both parts of its Smart Bikeshare Program in the French city of Bordeaux.
TIER is once again the European leader in terms of e-scooter fleet numbers while remaining at the top in terms of devices and ride counts.
The global shared e-moped market has grown by 43 per cent in the last 12 months, with fleets now available in more than 170 cities worldwide.
Over 100 million car and taxi trips made in UK city regions could be replaced by e-bikes if the government meets its modal shift target, according to a new report by the Urban Transport Group.
Neuron has announced the launch of a six-month trial across the UK, Australia and Canada to test its “e-scooter brain” technology.
Dott has announced a new partnership with the multi-mobility platform FRRE NOW, with the integration set to be rolled out across Europe.
German software provider Wunder Mobility has launched its first e-bike, designed in partnership with micromobility manufacturer Yadea.
US-based micromobility firm Bird has announced the launch of its new larger footboard, which will be introduced on Bird Three e-scooters.
Voi has launched an environmental impact dashboard that informs riders about the CO2 emissions and air quality impact of their journeys.
Micromobility operator Dott has partnered with Google Maps across Europe, with its e-scooters and e-bikes now visible on the app.
BP has partnered with manufacturing firm Piaggio Group as part of the development and rollout of services for the micromobility sector.
Helbiz will launch a fleet of 2,000 shared e-mopeds in Europe and an additional 500 in the US after receiving $7.2 million from shareholders.
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