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.
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Spin, the City of Pittsburgh and Carnegie Mellon University's year-long study will evaluate the impact of free transport in improving people's economic, health and social outcomes when financial barriers to transportation are removed.
In line with the aims of its Series D financing round in November 2021, this latest launch enables TIER to expand its presence in the Spanish market – providing riders in Malaga with 300 e-scooters.
This roundtable brings together key experts to discuss how the industry can work to deliver seamless and enjoyable passenger journeys in order to encourage more people to choose to travel by public transport, as well as to ensure the loyalty of those who already do.
Spin has celebrated the one year anniversary of operating its e-scooter trial in Essex, South East England, which has made a significant effort to include vulnerable road users’ feedback in the service design.
In Issue 4 2021 of Intelligent Transport, our Passenger Experience Roundtable brings together key industry personnel to discuss how the industry can work to deliver passenger journeys that are both seamless and enjoyable.
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.
The new agreement with the University of California San Diego will see Spin provide 600 shared e-bikes and e-scooters to the campus as part of the company's efforts to ease the transportation journey.
Steve Pyer, UK & Ireland Country Manager at Spin, sat down with Leah Hockley, Deputy Editor of Intelligent Transport, to consider the role of e-scooters in expanding the public transport offering, and discuss how their surging popularity has been accelerated by the pandemic.
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.
Spin will use e-cargo bikes to pick up low-charge batteries and deliver them to charging points across Colchester, which it hopes will reduce congestion in the UK town.