Micromobility Roundup

Micromobility Roundup September 23

Give us guidance: NACTO, the North American committee that helps steer 81 cities and transit agencies, updates its micromobility guidelines, with recommendations such as flexible permits and street redesign for safer riding spaces, to help “fully realize the potential of shared micromobility.”

The better EV rebate: An important proposal from Paris’s regional transportation agency president would allocate residents up to €500, covering half the cost of the most efficient EV by far: an e-bike.

Micromobility Roundup September 16

Chinese bike sharing revitalization? Even as China’s initial bike sharing proved more tech-bubble than sustaining business, companies like Meituan, Didi and Alibaba are stepping into the game, crafting longer term strategies and learning from the initial irrational exuberance.

Micromobility’s macro abilities: A comprehensive new study shows a whopping 50% of US, UK and German downtown trips can be replaced by two wheels in every type of city, from sprawling Los Angeles to dense Manhattan.

Micromobility Roundup September 10

Hotter than luxury cars? Electric cargo bikes outsell electric cars in global auto manufacturing powerhouse Germany thanks to their convenience, cargo capabilities, traffic avoidance, and newfound standing as status symbols.

Pizza’s 1st/last mile: The future of urban deliveries may lie in cargo bicycles and mini e-trucks which offer much faster, more cost effective, and dramatically greener alternatives, as Dominos and Rad Power Bikes lead the way with their delicious delivery partnership.

Micromobility Roundup September 3

Hotter than luxury cars? Electric cargo bikes outsell electric cars in global auto manufacturing powerhouse Germany thanks to their convenience, cargo capabilities, traffic avoidance, and newfound standing as status symbols.

Pizza’s 1st/last mile: The future of urban deliveries may lie in cargo bicycles and mini e-trucks which offer much faster, more cost effective, and dramatically greener alternatives, as Dominos and Rad Power Bikes lead the way with their delicious delivery partnership.

Micromobility Roundup August 26

Look ‘ma, no rider! Segway/Ninebot unveils scooters that maneuver without a rider theoretically making fleet rebalancing and charging much less expensive and carbon intensive as well as helping solve sidewalk clutter.

More than scooters: Maker of popular battery swappable electric mopeds, Taiwanese Gogoro aims to become a mobility platform with the launch GoShare, a new vehicle sharing platform.

Micromobility Roundup July 22

Chinese electrification: In China’s enormous market where micromobility generates hundreds of millions of rides per day, Hellobike begins electrification push of it’s sharing bicycles.

On the map: Google Maps partners with Ito World to bring bike sharing information to its app in 24 major cities showing station locations and bike availabilities, as it does for public transportation information.

Micromobility Roundup July 15

Last mile goods: Further boosting the value of bike/micromobility lanes, Refraction A.I. reveals an autonomous deliver vehicle capable of utilizing bike lanes and overcoming winter conditions.

Unit economics drama: As The Information claims Bird seeking additional funding due to absent unit economics, Bird founder Travis VanderZaden and board member David Sachs fire back with positive unit economics thanks to robust new Bird One model and strong revenue growth numbers.

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