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Neuron, which operates scooters in Newcastle, has made changes to ensure the vehicles are used properly in the UK city.
Philip Ellis talks safety and the impact of COVID-19 on micromobilty with Intelligent Transport’s Joshua Minchin, as more and more local authorities around the world begin to implement some form of micromobility scheme.
Lime has introduced several new features to make it even easier to rent one of its vehicles, including a free reservation feature and “App-less Riding”.
Residents in Braintree will be able to rent scooters for £55 per month, while Rochdale has selected Lime to operate its vehicles in the Greater Manchester town.
New charging infrastructure that can be plugged into advertising boards or streetlights is being trialled in Paris in a bid to make micromobility even more sustainable in the French capital.
Voi will trial its scooter service in the Hampshire city of Southampton later this month, with riders able to get their hands on scooters from 18 March.
Lime’s bumper investment will enable it to roll out its services to more cities across Europe in particular, where micromobility is increasing in popularity.
Spin has partnered up with a leading sight loss organisation to educate scooter riders and protect vulnerable road users in the UK capital.
Sebastian Castellanos, a research lead at the New Urban Mobility alliance (NUMO) explains why it is essential to put communities at the heart of new mobility developments.
The more than half a million pounds of funding will help some of Scotland’s most vulnerable benefit from the use of e-bikes.
The projects benefitting from the new NTA funding include the Clontarf to City Centre scheme in Dublin and the ambitious Mahon to Marina Greenway in Cork.
UK Country Manager at Spin Steve Pyer discusses how the pandemic has changed mindsets towards micromobility, and calls on the industry to ensure sustainability progress is continued.