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Micromobility’s gender gap: Concerns over safety as well as comfort due to the lack of adequate micromobility infrastructure continues to be leading cause of a huge gender gap for cycling and scooter use alike, according to a new study.
Euro trip: Ford’s e-scooter unit Spin begins hiring in preparation for a major push into Europe, as Shanghai-based Doinnext aims for the European full-sized scooter market with hopes of standing out of the crowd with their stylish mopeds.
Nimble delivery: In an effort to combat gridlock, New York City launches a six-month pilot to encourage package delivery companies like UPS, DHL, and Amazon to use cargo bikes, allowing the 100 vehicles access to free commercial loading spaces.
Bulgaria… e-bike powerhouse: As sales of e-bikes grow rapidly in Europe, production in Bulgaria more than doubled last year and doubled again in just the first half of 2019, as two new manufacturing facilities joined four existing plants. Who knew?
Take a SEAT, por favor: Spanish automaker SEAT hopes diversity of form factors, as well as partnerships with manufacturers and distributors including parent VW Group, will help position it for shifting mobility needs.
MORE MICROMOBILITY NEWS
The Brussels Times Villo! deploys 1,800 electric sharing bicycles in Brussels Region
Wall Street Journal New York Scooter Legislation Stalls With Cuomo
Intelligent Transport Helbiz rolls out e-bike fleet in Rome
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Have A Go is the micromobility editor for CoMotion, a weekly roundup of all things mobility.
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