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By providing these recommendations, the operators, Bird, Lime, Spin and Superpedestrian, hope to foster stronger partnerships with cities and facilitate the growth of shared micro-mobility services across North America.
Peter Griffiths, Global Urban Futurist at BABLE, discusses the immense potential that neurodiverse people have to thrive within the transport sector and explains why it is necessary for companies to focus more on creating urban environments, transport infrastructure and places of work that are accommodating to all types of needs…
Welmoed Neijmeijer, Co-Chair of Micro-Mobility for Europe and Head of Public Policy – Micromobility & Carsharing at Bolt, and Sebastian Schlebusch, Head of Market Development at Dott, share exclusive insight into MMfE’s recent publication of aggregated micro-mobility incident data, which aims to put the data into a relative context and…
Micro-Mobility for Europe aims to use this incident data to inform road safety policies that reduce incident risks for vulnerable road users, such as e-scooter riders, cyclists and pedestrians.
By exiting key markets across Europe, the U.S., Middle East and Africa, Bird aims to refocus the business on a near-term path to self-sustainability, in order to best deliver on its mission to make cities more liveable in the long-term.
As a member of the MaaS Alliance, Bird will help the membership promote and increase the public awareness of Mobility-as-a-Service by sharing its expertise in micro-mobility services.
U.S. cities from San Diego to Newark have extended their shared electric mobility programmes with Bird, in time for the return of students to campus for the Autumn term.
WeGo Public Transit’s Dan Freudberg, Deputy Chief Operating Officer for Operations Systems, and Justin Cole, Senior Transit Planner, speak with Intelligent Transport’s Halimah Haque about the agency’s recent partnership with micro-mobility operator Bird, as well as the significance of adopting multimodal transportation to bridge first- and last-mile transit gaps in…
With the use of augmented reality technology and street view data, Bird VPS will enable Bird to geo-localise parked e-scooters with accuracy – allowing riders to end their journeys in a safe and tidy manner.
As part of the joint integration, Bird Bikes are now visible in the Spanish capital's Mobility 360 app, while EMT Madrid’s BiciMAD public bike-share service is now accessible through the Bird app.
Yaniv Rivlin – Senior Director, Head of EMEA Government Partnerships and Regional General Manager at Bird – highlights the benefits that electric micro-mobility can bring to cities beyond only tackling emission reduction targets and stresses the importance of the wider adoption of shared e-mobility.
In this issue of Intelligent Transport, the first for 2022, we feature exclusive content from leading industry experts and thought leaders discussing: the importance of improving gender diversity within the public transport industry's workforce; how new and improved ticketing systems are making travel easier and more affordable; and why the…
Following this latest integration, Bird riders in Lisbon can now access both Bird scooters and Gira bikes through the micro-mobility operator's app - further strengthening Bird’s multimodal transportation offering in Europe.
Bird has partnered with WeGo Public Transit to bridge first- and last-mile transit gaps in Nashville by focusing on providing consistent and reliable access to e-scooters, while encouraging the use of public transport in the city.