As Breeze user numbers continue to grow, Solent Transport is responding by continually adding new services and features to make the app even better.
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Portsmouth City Council
In order to reduce car ownership and air pollution in the city, Portsmouth City Council's new partnership will see the launch of a car club scheme in selected wards of the region in summer 2023.
Riders in Southampton and Portsmouth have covered over 2.6 million miles on Voi rental e-scooters since the launch of the scheme two years ago, with demand for micro-mobility options continuing to grow.
As part of the UK government's £25.3 million investment to achieve a net zero transport network, 117 British-built zero-emission buses will be rolled out across Yorkshire, Norfolk, Portsmouth and Hampshire.
As part of the trial extension, Solent Transport will continue to monitor rental e-scooter usage, working closely with local stakeholders in Portsmouth, Southampton and the Isle of Wight to ensure that communities can provide feedback to the trial.
Beryl Bikes by Breeze will provide people across Portsmouth, Southampton and the Isle of Wight with better access to sustainable modes of transport, helping to improve air quality and public health across the Solent region.
By increasing the total capacity of e-scooter parking by nearly a third, Voi aims to make its e-scooters more convenient and easily accessible for riders across Portsmouth.
The new bike-share scheme will be integrated with Solent Transport’s MaaS app, which encourages commuters to combine active travel and public transport as an alternative to car use.
The Zero Emission Buses Regional Area scheme has awarded 12 local transport authorities with a portion of £198.3 million to purchase zero-emission buses, which will equate to 943 alternative power buses being rolled-out on England's roads.
As part of the city's approach to building a more sustainable travel network, Portsmouth City Council has extended its e-scooter rental trial, in partnership with Voi, to include Portsmouth International Port.
The council is required to implement a Class B charging Clean Air Zone as soon as possible and at the latest by the end of 2021, to bring forward compliance with legal limits for nitrogen dioxide to 2022.