Steve Pyer, UK Country Manager at Spin, reveals what the future of micromobility might look like after an e-scooter trial in Milton Keynes.
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Thirty per cent of Londoners are drawn to the environmental benefits e-scooters will have on their commute, according to new research from Spin.
Spin says it is providing the first in-app safer route feature, coming to 50 U.S. markets and rewarding riders for docking in Spin Hubs.
The plans entail changing the way Spin currently conducts business - from the carbon produced when manufacturing electric scooters to ensuring the sources of power used to recharge scooters every day are renewable.
Spin aims to provide residents with an alternative means of commuting safely while maintaining physical distance.
Spin, the micromobility unit of Ford Mobility, and Team Better Block have launched an open call for ideas about lane barriers that protect active forms of transportation in urban areas.
To further bolster its presence internationally, Spin will also apply for the upcoming Paris e-scooter share permit in March and will explore opportunities to participate in the United Kingdom’s pending e-scooter share trials.