Welcome to our Micromobility Roundup where we curate the latest news and developments in micromobility!
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.
An oasis a transit desert: Chicago sees increasing mobility access via significant scooter adoption in low-income communities with limited access to public transit.
Bikes > e-cars: Report from U.K. Parliament concludes that cycling, transit, and walking are the keys for reaching legally binding emission targets, not private vehicles, even electric cars.
The other parking lot: Boasting an eye popping 12,500 parking spots, the Dutch unveil the ultimate transit companion – the world’s biggest bicycle parking structure serving an adjacent railway station.
A new hope? With a severe lack of street design progress, former NACTO deputy director and Bird’s Sustainability Chief talks about the much needed rapid mode shift to sustainable mobility occurring thanks to scooters.
MORE MICROMOBILITY NEWS
Intelligent Transport New micromobility association launched in the Nordics
Independent Telegraph Bike-Sharing Market Overview with Growth Opportunities to reach CAGR of 16.12%, Key Offerings for Consumer Services,Diversified Consumer Services,Specialized Consumer Services sector in APAC, EMEA & Americas 2022
Las Vegas Review-Journal RTC electrifies downtown bike share program with e-bikes addition
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Have A Go is the micromobility editor for CoMotion, a weekly roundup of all things mobility.
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