Transport expert Carlton Reid argues that history shows how e-scooters will almost certainly be legalised in the UK following the conclusion of trials.
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.
Shared micromobility operator Zwings has partnered with Moovit, with its e-scooter fleets in the UK now integrated into the Moovit app.
Helbiz announced an agreement with mapping company Fantasmo on Wednesday to integrate its parking technology into the Helbiz e-scooter app.
Fleet optimization solutions provider Zoba has secured $12 million in Series A funding, supporting its expansion in the US and Europe.
Estonian micromobility firm Bolt launched e-scooter charging docks in Tallinn last week, the first operator to take the measure in Europe.
Voi has been awarded the first German certification for e-scooter safety standards, the DEKRA DIGITAL “Micro-Mobility Standard“.
Safety advances within micromobility require the blending of technology and rider education according to Superpedestrian Policy Director (Ireland and UK) Jean Andrews.
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