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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.
Ola World! Ola, India’s largest TNC, announces aggressive expansion plans for its two-wheeler offering, Ola Bike, now covering 150 towns and cities, and wants to triple its scale by the end of next year.
Going places: San Francisco-based Lime hit a major milestone of 100 million rides in 120 cities across 30 countries, successfully replacing 25 million car miles and about 1.2 million gallons of gas
Skip the Camry: California’s smallest scooter provider, Skip, closes an undisclosed Series A extension from the investment arm of a major automaker, Toyota AI Ventures.
Micromobility’s iPod moment? Based on “years of feedback,” Karmic reveals a gorgeous electric bike/scooter mashup to entice drivers who don’t normally ride on two-wheels onto electric micromobility.
Lyft all rides: To help users ride safer and feel more comfortable on two wheels, Lyft adds protected bike lanes and bike-friendly routes to its app.
MORE MICROMOBILITY NEWS
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