With larger swappable batteries, Lime will improve the rider experience by reducing low battery rides and streamlining operations, with fewer trips to service fleets.
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Alisyn Malek, Executive Director at the Coalition for Reimagined Mobility, stresses the urgent need to adopt alternative modes of mobility to the private car in order to support the fight against emissions and congestion, and details the role that micro-mobility will play in delivering the effective and efficient multimodal transport…
As part of its ‘Break Up With Cars’ campaign, Lime will work to highlight the damage that driving has on the environment and its contribution to over 1.3 million deaths annually worldwide in an effort to encourage people onto sustainable transport.
With at least 2,000 e-scooters to be available for riders to use on permitted cycling tracks in 10 of the city's districts, RTA has outlined a set of rules and regulations to ensure the safety of both pedestrians and riders.
With 180,000 riders having used the scheme since its launch in June 2021, TfL has announced that London’s e-scooter trial - involving Dott, Lime and TIER Mobility - has exceeded half a million trips and 1.6 million kilometres.
Building on existing work, University College London, TIER, Dott and Lime will research and develop a ‘universal sound’ for rental e-scooters in an effort to improve safety across the entire industry.
As part of a Victoria State Government trial programme, 1,500 e-scooters will be available to residents for a 12-month period, offering a safe, accessible, eco-friendly and cost-effective way to travel.
Following its $50 million investment announcement in 2021, Lime has officially launched its new Gen4 e-bike, setting a new standard for the industry, with interchangeable batteries and automatic two-speed transmission.
Intelligent Transport Issue 4 2021’s On-Demand & Shared Mobility In-Depth Focus features articles discussing the need to re-think current mobility models as cities battle congestion, carbon emissions and inefficient travel; as well as the gender disparity in micro-mobility usage.
In the final 2021 issue of Intelligent Transport, we feature exclusive content from leading industry experts discussing: the future of autonomous mobility; how alternative power is supporting the decarbonisation of public transport; why delivering a seamless and enjoyable passenger experience is key to recovering passenger ridership post-pandemic; and much more.
Lime has partnered with SafeUP, a community safety network for women, to provide community members with a tool to transport safely while feeling empowered and in control.
Following the expansion of London's Ultra Low Emission zone in late October 2021, the capital city's three e-scooter operators have experienced up to a 30 per cent increase in new riders.