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Europe’s shared e-scooter fleet more than doubled in 2022

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The number of shared e-scooters available in Europe has more than doubled between 2021 and 2022, according to statistics released today by Micro-Mobility for Europe (MMfE).

By the end of 2022 there were 700,560 e-scooters in Europe compared to the 285,000 e-scooters available in 2021. 

MMfE gathered the data from its eight shared micromobility members – Bird, Bolt, Dott, Hopp, Lime, Superpedestrian, Tier and Voi.

Additionally, the association added numbers for e-bike fleets, which totalled 79,917 vehicles for 2022.

Co-Chair of Micromobility for Europe, Pauline Aymonier, told Zag Daily the surge in vehicle availability clearly demonstrates how the demand for micromobility continues to grow throughout the EU.

“It highlights the industry’s positive impact on diversifying the urban mobility mix and offering alternatives to private car ownership,” said Aymonier.

Growing demand

MMfE’s report showed that the number of e-scooter trips has multiplied 17 times on the continent, from 14 million in 2021 to over 240 million in 2022. The total number of e-bike trips in 2022 stood at more than 28 million. 

The distance covered by e-scooter trips also grew by almost 16 times, from 29 million to over 460 million kilometres over the same period, while the distance covered for e-bike trips was more than 74 million kilometres.

“It is also important to note that despite the uptake of shared micromobility services in 2022, the rate of injuries with e-scooters and e-bikes has decreased compared to 2021, as revealed in our latest incident data report,” said Aymonier.

MMfE’s incident report found that the rate of injuries on shared e-scooters fell by 19% in 2022.

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