Micro-Mobility Revolution Roundup August 20

Micro-Mobility Revolution Roundup August 20


Micro-mobility surge adds weight to Peak Car thesis: Fresh data from Populus AI begins confirming the micro-mobility car disruption hypothesis. (Populus AI & Have A Go)

Novelty of scooters poses serious challenge to cars’ reign (Bloomberg)

NY Times Editorial Board in support of electric scooters to help New York’s clogged streets. (New York Times)

The results are in and Americans are loving electric scooter share programs. (Electrek)

Unable to adapt fast enough, cities try to slow scooter startups. (Wall Street Journal)

Uber just getting started investing in micro-mobility, food delivery, even freight.“Cars are to us what books are to Amazon.” (ReCode)

Tiny cars for 21st century cities. (Hackernoon)

Montreal rides electric: Montréal’s bike share network BIXI is launching an electric bike pilot,making the city even more bike friendly. At least during the summer months.

How sidewalks, the only public spaces left, are burdened with new and critical city functions.

Bird and Lime are letting cities frame micro-mobility – What we learned from Santa Monica’s City Council meeting.

A mobility call to arms! Applications are open for the LA New Mobility Challenge, a joint initiative  between LA CoMotion, the NewCities Foundation and the Los Angeles Cleantech Incubator (LACI). The most innovative and environmentally-friendly entrepreneurs from around the world will convene in November during LA CoMotion. Join us, apply now!


Have A Go is the Micro-Mobility editor for CoMotion, a weekly roundup of all things mobility.
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