The past year has been exceptionally intense for the micro-mobility market. From the renaissance of Mobility-as-a-Service, through EU funds for local government units, to combatting transport divide, Tomasz Wojtkiewicz, CEO of Nextbike Poland, explores some of the key challenges and opportunities that have the potential to transform the whole of…
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Nextbike Poland is set to launch the Metrobike system in Poland's Upper Silesian-Zagłębie Metropolis in February 2024, gradually introducing 7,000 SmartBikes equipped with GPS transmitters.
Martijn van de Weijer, Managing Director, glimble by Arriva, provides insight into glimble’s journey and discusses why Mobility-as-a-Service is the answer to urbanisation as the company looks to create more sustainable cities.
FREENOW's survey reveals a transformative shift in urban mobility, emphasising the rise of Mobility-as-a-Service, a strong belief in electric vehicles, openness to autonomous transport and a demand for smarter infrastructure.
In an era where urban mobility demands innovative solutions, micro-mobility operator Dott has taken a pioneering stride by leveraging artificial intelligence to revolutionise the parking dynamics of its shared e-scooters and e-bikes. Offering Intelligent Transport exclusive insight into this new initiative, Randy Berridge, Head of User Support & Insights at…
nextbike's extensive bike-sharing system in Silesia, Poland, will offer more than 7,000 user-friendly, GPS-locatable bicycles, expanding gradually over several years, and contributing to the area's ongoing urban development.
The study outlines that on-demand shared mobility services, together with collective public transport, can help to maximise the net benefits of traffic restriction measures, such as LEZs.
For the third instalment in an online-exclusive series published in partnership with Calypso Networks Association (CNA), Philippe Vappereau, General Manager at CNA, explores how ticketing options for Mobility-as-a-Service need to integrate fully with existing public transport offers or they risk derailing growth by excluding passengers.
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.
As part of its commitment to reduce its environmental impact, Dott's new initiative will see it double the lifespan of its e-scooters, starting with a complete refurbishment of over 2,000 vehicles in Lyon, France.
nextbike's Veturilo 3.0 will transform Warsaw's bike-sharing system with a modernised and expanded fleet of more than 3,000 bicycles, including e-bikes and tandem bikes, and 1,500 virtual stations.
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.
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.