Dott, TIER and Lime have been awarded a two year tender to operate 5,000 scooter devices each in the City of Paris.
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Bolt is reportedly the first on-demand transportation platform in Europe to have e-bikes, scooters, and ridehailing under a single brand in one app.
A French scientist has won the International Transport Forum 2020 Young Researcher of the Year Award for her study on life-cycle emissions of shared e-scooters.
For each kWh consumed, Bird will finance select green energy producers in France through its Guarantees of Origin mechanism.
The partnership will reportedly see Bird become to first operator to contribute to climate neutrality in Paris from 2020, with plans to expand to the rest of France in 2021.
Bird has outlined how it is contributing to the City of Paris' shift to 'mandatory parking' which looks to reduce street clutter and improve parking options in the city.
Currently, Paris offers approximately 1,000km dedicated to cyclists with over 770,000 cyclist crossings recorded between 4 September 2019 and 17 January 2020.
The six cities are part of a project named AI4Cities which looks to artificial intelligence (AI) as a solution for cutting greenhouse gas emissions.
The Corporate Electric Vehicle Alliance aims to help Lime and member companies achieve bold commitments to fleet electrification and help to support members meet ambitious sustainability goals.
Occurrences of accidents have been 31 per cent higher than recent averages since the beginning of the strikes.
Lime, the mobility service provider, operates in cities across Europe and the U.S. and has reinforced its commitment to using 100 per cent renewable energy as it looks to Paris as a valuable partner.
This is the first time Uber has offered in-app e-mopeds anywhere in the world, and is considered another step towards its goal to become a one-stop mobility shop.
The public trial will take place on the Paris-Saclay urban campus, and participants have been selected to represent a general university campus population.
France has committed to developing autonomous vehicles through a national strategy in which stakeholders in the sector, as well as national and local authorities, are involved.
Aiming for a 100 per cent clean bus fleet, RATP, will begin testing hydrogen fuel buses in early 2020 in real-world operating conditions.