Micromobility firm Superpedestrian has launched a new e-scooter pass scheme offering more affordable rates for riders in Europe.
The scheme allows LINK riders to buy daily, weekly, and monthly tickets, which turn out cheaper than the pay-as-you-go model for regular users.
The first 30 minutes of each ride is free for riders that buy a pass, after which the standard per-minute charges apply.
Riders that select a one-day pass can use as many free 30 minute periods as they like, while riders choosing the seven-day pass can use 30 and customers purchasing the 30-day pass have access to 100.
Superpedestrian has deployed its LINK e-scooters in six countries and 32 cities in Europe, with the scheme now available in Madrid, Stockholm, and Vienna.
The operator plans to roll out the new measure in all of its European locations over the next few weeks.
“Superpedestrian uses the smartest and safest micro-electric vehicles to help bridge transit deserts and better connect residents to public transport and the places that they need to go,” said Haya Verwoord Douidri, Vice President of Global Market Expansion, Strategy and Policy at Superpedestrian.
“Through the pandemic, our customers have come to rely on our services in more than 50 cities across eight countries. When people can afford to regularly use emission-free electrified transport in their daily lives, instead of making short journeys by car, everyone wins. That’s why we keep innovating when it comes to pricing, and why I’m proud to launch our super new passes.”