Micromobility Roundup February 11

Micromobility Roundup February 11


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How not to do bike-share: Grossly underestimated bike lifespans and nearly-free unlimited rides were just two of the causes for Chinese bike-share company’s failure. The story of Ofo’s demise.

Micromobility and so much more: Indonesia-based Go-Jek, a ridehailing platform for motor scooters, food, groceries, and even massages, raises $1 billion from Google, JD.com, and others.

Uber utilization: Uber-owned JUMP Bikes’ daily usage rates are eye-popping compared to industry averages. Hey, who wouldn’t want to ride a Ferrari-red electric bike?

Micromobility, macro-payload: Cutting costs, carbon emissions, and city traffic, electric cargo trikes might just revolutionize urban delivery. We like. A lot.

Mind (not) blown: Innovative helmet replacement head-airbags see double digit growth in Copenhagen.

The promises of micromobility: Cleaner, more efficient, safer, urban livability, and universal mobility accessibility, micromobility has a lot to offer.



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