Lime announces a 45% increase in its e-scooter fleet in Greater Manchester, while prioritising safety innovations and partnerships with local authorities to enhance sustainable transportation options.
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After Lime's latest report revealed that almost three quarters of UK women never cycle due to a range of barriers, the micro-mobility company set out to find solutions that would help to close the gender 'pedal gap'. For Intelligent Transport, Alice Pleasant, Public Affairs Manager at Lime, shares her exclusive…
With its new report highlighting that just one in five UK women feel safe cycling alone at night, Lime has drawn attention to the barriers to cycling for women and have outlined five key recommendations to improve conditions.
Lewisham Council and Lime are joining forces to enhance the dockless e-bike experience in the borough, with a key focus on improving operations and ensuring responsible parking in designated bays.
Lime’s growth in 2023 is powered by its highest ever ridership in a single quarter, with more than 40 million trips taken globally in Q2 alone.
Paris enacted a historic e-scooter ban on 31 August 2023, following an overwhelming citizen referendum vote in April 2023, marking a significant shift in the city's transportation landscape and setting a potential model for other urban areas.
Through this report, Lime aims to advocate for a comprehensive London-wide e-bike regulation framework, emphasising the importance of expanding e-bike parking bay locations to meet the increasing demand for sustainable transportation.
Lime and Sight Loss Councils collaboration aims to educate riders on responsible parking etiquette, with a key focus on improving safety for individuals with visual impairments.
TfL selects Dott, Lime and Voi as operators for the next phase of London's e-scooter rental trial, aiming to enhance safety measures and leverage data insights to shape future policies.
Lime unveils its new Gen4 e-scooter in Milton Keynes, providing residents with an enhanced and eco-friendly mode of transportation, with improved performance, advanced safety features and a streamlined design.
London's e-scooter trial, with over 600 parking bays and 5,000 vehicles, has facilitated 2.5 million trips spanning 6.5 million kilometres, providing a legal platform for e-scooter riding.
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.
As residents embrace sustainable cycling for daily commuting, Lime achieves over two million rides in Camden, contributing to reduced emissions and improved sustainability.