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.
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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.
As part of its efforts to become a fully electrified mobility platform, Uber is supporting its drivers in transitioning to electric vehicles and its users in making more sustainable transport choices.
By integrating with the Bonjour RATP app, Lime will enable Parisian public transport users to make seamless multimodal journeys across the French city.
The 'Lime Access' programme will work to make micro-mobility options more accessible to lower-income individuals and underserved communities in Australia and New Zealand.
As part of NYC DOT's East Bronx scooter sharing pilot programme, Lime will operate 1,000 e-scooters in New York City, with a main focus on safety, equity, sustainability and affordability.
Scoot will join Lime and Spin in San Francisco after the SFMTA agreed to grant it a permit to operate 1,500 vehicles in the Californian city.
TfL’s scooter trial begins today, with Londoners able to rent Lime, Dott, and TIER vehicles in select areas of the capital.