Bolt secures a license for 2,500 micro-mobility vehicles in Oslo until March 2025, with a key focus on safety, distance-based pricing and introducing the cutting-edge Bolt 6 scooter.
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Dame Sarah Storey announces the city region's commitment to Vision Zero, aiming to eliminate all road fatalities and serious injuries, with the potential to prevent 3,800 deaths and injuries on Greater Manchester's roads by 2040.
In a survey of 2,431 inhabitants from cities in Germany, Portugal and Norway, over half are supportive of replacing car parking spaces with micro-mobility parking areas.
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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.
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TIER Mobility's new strategy will help the company incorporate its core sustainability values into all aspects of decision-making, as it works to make cities more liveable by achieving net zero carbon emissions.
By exiting key markets across Europe, the U.S., Middle East and Africa, Bird aims to refocus the business on a near-term path to self-sustainability, in order to best deliver on its mission to make cities more liveable in the long-term.
Nobina's contract extension will see an additional 14 electric buses begin passenger service in December 2023, representing a 25 per cent increase on the original 56 scheduled vehicles.
As part of an expansion of their partnership, TIER's micro-mobility vehicles are now available through Google Maps in over 200 more cities worldwide, including locations in Israel and Ireland for the first time.
Eryk Sokolowski, Head of Vehicle and IoT Programs at TIER Mobility, discusses the operator's new e-scooter 'brain', which has been designed to deliver improved vehicle positioning, geo-fencing and connectivity as part of the operator's effort to enhance vehicle and rider safety.
Following a 500 per cent increase in scooter use, Bolt's new €150 million investment will allow it to further scale its micro-mobility operations and enhance rider experience.
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.
Starting from 1 July 2023, Nobina will operate a fleet of 139 electric and biogas-fuelled buses in Fredrikstad, Sarpsborg and the surrounding area for a period of 10 years.