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Trieste will be the first Italian city to be served by glimble by Arriva, with wider roll-out to other cities also being considered for the future.
Londoners can now effortlessly navigate the city's streets using Voi e-scooters, seamlessly integrated into the FREENOW app, offering an affordable and eco-friendly alternative to private cars.
Dmitri Pivovarov, Vice President for Rentals at Bolt, shares his vision for the future of micro-mobility safety and discusses how Bolt's innovative solutions are re-shaping the way that people move around in cities.
nextbike by TIER expands its bike-sharing service in Italy, introducing systems in Senigallia and Mondolfo to enhance public transport with 170 bikes and seamless integration into existing infrastructure.
Arriva's new Click IT app allows customers to easily book bus journeys on their smartphones, reducing traffic and congestion by offering on-demand transport solutions.
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…
With TIER Mobility's arrival in Arezzo, residents and visitors can now enjoy a convenient and environmentally friendly mode of transportation, contributing to the city's sustainable mobility goals.
Having facilitated over four million rides in Rome over the past three years, this new contract will see Dott further solidify its presence in the city by providing a safe and sustainable micro-mobility service across 15 districts.
Arriva Group streamlines its operations by selling its businesses in Denmark and Serbia, as part of its 2021 strategy to prioritise core markets in the UK and Mainland Europe.
The UPPER project, which will run for four years and be coordinated by UITP, will seek to put public transport at the centre of the mobility ecosystem.
By surveying customers across 17 European markets, the data compiled has shown that millions of car journeys have been avoided as a result of people choosing to use Bolt scooters rather than cars.
According to Dott's latest data, the energy crisis has encouraged more people across Europe to travel using its e-scooter and e-bike services, with 69% of those who previously used cars now using them less.
As part of the virtual reality testing, a group of blind and partially sighted individuals will be immersed into a 360 degree environment and will provide feedback on the suitability of three potential e-scooter sounds.
The new funding will allow Arriva businesses in Italy, Hungary, Slovakia, Croatia and The Netherlands to work together with partner organisations to support three different European Union environmental programmes.