New research by UCL reveals that replacing trips with e-scooters can lead to a significant 45% reduction in carbon emissions, highlighting their positive impact on environmental sustainability.
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From partnering with start-ups like Omni to develop wheelchair-accessible e-scooters to collaborating with UCL to create a universal sound for e-scooters, Georgia Heathman, Head of Public Policy, Safety & Inclusion at TIER Mobility, discusses the importance of making micro-mobility accessible to all and the initiatives that are being undertaken by…
In partnership with the Sight Loss Council, the UK's first on-street testing of acoustic alerts for rental e-scooters is taking place in London, in order to make it easier for people with visual impairments to identify when a vehicle is nearby.
To coincide with the launch of the ‘Driverless Futures?’ project, Tom Cohen from UCL’s Centre for Transport Studies, explains the need for a rational and measured approach to the adoption of automated driving technology.
Professor Nick Tyler, the Chadwick Professor of Civil Engineering at UCL, tells Eurotransport how the Pedestrian Accessibility Movement & Environment Laboratory (PAMELA) can be used by organisations, like the London Underground, to practically test their theories on accessibility before committing to a huge investment.