It’s hoped that the new measures brought in as a result of the National Road Safety Authority's efforts can be rolled out across cities worldwide.
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HumanForest founder Agustin Guilisasti explains why his company is truly green, and reflects on some of the opportunities and challenges that come with building a new sustainable mobility solution in a city like London.
According to Ola, the factory will provide around 10,000 jobs and have an initial capacity to manufacture two million electric scooters per year.
Voi's investment fund will provide a cash injection for several projects intended to make the company's operations safer and more sustainable.
TfL says it is committing even more money to improving walking and cycling in the capital over the next few months.
Greener transport is at the heart of many cities' plans to reduce emissions and stick to their end of the Paris Agreement.
With the UN Climate Change Conference headed for Glasgow in 2021, the Sustainable Transport Alliance has been founded with a view to cutting greenhouse emissions within the mobility sector.
Lime says people can email the company to report misparked or vandalised scooters and will now be able to submit a what3words location to speed up the recovery process.
The new traffic light technology is expected to make the flow of traffic in the UK capital much smoother as it collects data from all road users.
As COVID-19 has changed the way that the residents of Greater Boston travel, ITDP's Julia Wallerce believes a major rethink in how space is divided between pedestrians, cars, and transit is needed.
Lime says its scooters will now appear as a travel option on the Citymapper app in major cities across the world.
Swappable batteries might sound like the sustainable answer to maintaining e-scooters; here, Bird's Chief Vehicle Officer Scott Rushforth examines why they can create more problems than they solve.
Maksim S. Likustov, Deputy Mayor of Moscow for Transport, details the Russian capital's plan for widespread mobility integration, and introduces us to some of the industry players whose work will make it happen.
TfL has announced it will choose three operators to launch their scooter fleets in London on a trial basis - but can the UK capital learn from the problems other European cities have had with scooters?