Following the launch of its services in its 15th Swedish city, Voi’s e-scooters will be available to everyone over 18 in central Lund, Oscarshem, Annehem, Planetstaden, Hospitalgården and Lund University.
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Riders in Frederiksberg can now benefit from Voi’s e-scooters once again, without having to worry about parking incorrectly, as 75 allocated parking spaces have been provided across the city.
Voi Technology releases new report identifying solutions to increase gender equity in e-scooter usage
With insight from nearly 500 women, the new report examines how gender equity in e-scooter usage can be increased by identifying the challenges women experience, alongside recommendations that can help to overcome them.
In order to ensure safe riding, Voi is collaborating closely with the Swedish and Finnish cities to select popular pedestrian streets that will become Voi’s designated Slow Speed Zones and No Parking Zones.
Currently available in Bristol, Liverpool and Birmingham, Voi’s service integration with the Lazarillo app will allow blind and visually impaired users to safely and confidently navigate some of the biggest micro-mobility cities in the UK.
As part of a new partnership, Voi will use AI technology to deploy computer vision on its e-scooters throughout Oslo in order to tackle pavement riding and fix e-scooter parking, ultimately delivering a safer riding experience.
Voi Technology’s latest launch in its fifth Finnish city will support Lahti’s efforts to become Finland's first carbon neutral city by 2025 and further establish it as the European Green Capital.
Following a two-year wait, riders in Madrid are now able to benefit from Voi Technology’s e-scooters once again, with a fleet of 440 e-scooters set to be available to serve the Spanish capital by the end of March 2022.
Voi’s newly founded Gender Equity Commission will be key in bridging the gender equity gap in e-scooter usage, and will offer recommendations related to accessibility, capability and mobility justice.
In order to support the high demand for flexible, on-demand and multimodal mobility in Düsseldorf, Voi Technology has integrated its e-scooters in the city's new MaaS app, launched by Rheinbahn.
Dr Amit Patel, a disability rights campaigner and Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Consultant who advises e-scooter company Voi Technology, discusses the benefits of e-scooters, as well as the risks that accompany them, and highlights the importance of embracing new forms of transport.
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.
Following the success and expansion of its e-scooter trial in Oxford, UK, Voi Technology has integrated with the FREE NOW app to promote sustainable micro-mobility in place of short car trips.
Voi Technology has pledged to become climate positive across all of its towns and cities by 2030, meaning that it will reduce more emissions than its value chain emits, without relying on carbon offsets.