Transport expert Carlton Reid argues that history shows how e-scooters will almost certainly be legalised in the UK following the conclusion of trials.
Icelandic micromobility firm Hopp has secured $2.8 million in investment from Brunnur Ventures to support its global franchise strategy.
Irish micromobility operator Zipp has launched a new monthly e-bike subscription service in Taunton, Somerset, dubbed Zipp Zero.
After a summer of spectacular growth, Europe’s big shared e-scooter providers are getting ready for the difficult winter season.
Shared e-bike operator HumanForest has launched the “TreeCoin Loyalty Programme” in London which allows riders to earn extra free minutes.
A new study published in the journal Transport Policy has found that e-bikes could reduce car CO2 emissions by 24.4 million tonnes per year in England.
One of the main objectives of the Department for Transport shared e-scooter trials is to determine how safe e-scooters will be on UK streets.
Bolt has signed a three-year partnership with Allianz that will provide insurance to its e-scooter users across 26 countries in Europe.
A new report by the Department for Transport has found that more than 90 per cent of people in Britain have not ridden an e-bike.
Australian micromobility subscription service Zoomo has secured USD $60 million in a funding round led by new investor Grok Ventures.
Shared micromobility operator Voi has won the “Global Startup of the Year” award at the independent Global Startup Awards in Copenhagen.
The European shared mobility sector saw a 25 per cent increase in ridership levels this summer when compared with the same period in 2020.
Micromobility operator TIER has announced the acquisition of German-based bikeshare firm nextbike, purchasing 100 per cent of its shares.
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