Temporary free access to bike-share services in Glasgow and Edinburgh has been put in place as COVID-19 lockdown measures ease.
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New York City Council's decision to legalise the use of e-bikes and e-scooters within the city also requires the creation of a year-long shared e-scooter pilot programme.
HumanForest is seeking to provide Londoners a "a fun, active and sustainable way" to travel in London, as two thirds of car trips made by Londoners could be cycled within the timeframe of the free rides on offer.
Yulu's latest round of funding will be used to further strengthen the mobility platform and its technology solutions, as well as enable rapid expansion.
Maurice Henderson, Director of Government Partnerships at micromobility firm Bird, explains how micromobility operators can help cities keep moving during and after the COVID-19 pandemic, and why these services are key to the coming environmentally-friendly economic recovery.
Lime is expanding its LimePass subscriptions to include new daily and monthly pass options as more people look for alternative transport modes post-COVID-19.
While e-scooter trials are welcomed by UK transport authorities, a response to the government consultation has urged caution in a number of areas, such as speed and the impact on active travel.
The investment includes funds to increase and improve cycle storage spaces, making them more accessible and secure.
With changes for drivers coming at a steady rate, TfL has issued a reminder to those in vehicles to be mindful of the extra walkers and cyclists on London roads.
Transport for London's Santander Cycles hire scheme is set for expansion following unprecedented levels of demand in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Sherpa Capital’s investment in CityBike aims to further strength the company and accelerate the growth of its international business via the implementation of shared bicycle systems in new cities.
A U.S. study has found that bike commuting increases by an average of 20 per cent in cities with bike share services, whilst car use decreases and public transit use increases.
Sustrans' newly-launched online map will help key workers - approximately 40 per cent of the UK's workforce - stay mobile during the COVID-19 pandemic, with access to bike-related offers and information about local bike shops.
Careem will operate a total of 1,750 bicycles and 175 stations during the first two years of the contract, which will rise in the next five years to 3,500 bikes and 350 stations.