Mobility Revolution

Micromobility Revolution Roundup November 12

Slow and steady wins the disruption: Christensen Institute publishes paper on true EV disruptors being not high-end Teslas, but low-speed, limited range electric vehicles, “hallmarks of disruption.”

E-bikes opposite of “cheating”: Research shows e-bikes still increases heart rates, dramatically increases frequency of riding, and great for overall health.

Micromobility Revolution Roundup November 5

Back to the future: The Segway was supposed to revolutionize mobility. 20 years later, electric scooters, made by Segway, just might be the realization of inventor Dean Kamen’s mobility dream

Climate lies and fraud: $2tn group of big investors challenge 55 companies over “‘behind the scenes’ lobbying to undermine efforts to limit climate change while publicly backing carbon reduction” including BMW, BP, and ArcelorMittal.

Micromobility Revolution Roundup October 29

Los Angeles a global mobility sleeping giant? How the car capital of the world might become a super-sustainable Detroit during its glorious heyday.

Sorry EVs, you’re only marginally better: The excellent exploration of why electric cars are not the climate answer we’re looking for.

Music to our ears: Early Spotify investor Northzone leads Series A in Berlin based scooter sharing company TIER…

Is Los Angeles A Global Mobility Sleeping Giant?

LA has a bad, terrible, abhorrent mobility track record. It was just crowned the worst city to bike in the entire country (not a surprise to anyone living here, with most of our streets the size of most other city highways).

Its sprawl is notorious, overshadowed only by its traffic.

And it seems LA has gone out of its way to maintain the status quote, going so far as completely ignore IT’S OWN bike plan and carrying on its deadly, polluting, and carbon emitting car-centric ways.

Micromobility Revolution Roundup October 15

Electric micromobility’s massive global impact: Unlike newer, car dependent cites, much of the emerging world gets around on scooters and motorcycles. Their electrification will have massive impact on pollution and carbon emissions.

Designed to fly: From its corrosion resistant/eye-catching paint to an electric motor/batteries, how JUMP’s bike design put it on the map.

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