According to Voi Technology's latest survey, over one-third of its users have said that they have drastically or fully reduced car use due to the increasing availability of micro-mobility services.
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The growing ridership has been fuelled by a significant increase in new riders, with Dott more than doubling the number of new riders to its service between April-June 2022 compared to the start of the year.
The launch of the new e-bikes will allow Bolt to strengthen its footprint across Europe, while providing more cities with a sustainable alternative to private car ownership.
In addition to incorporating Dott’s e-bikes to its app for the first time, Citymapper has also added its shared e-scooters to new cities across Europe.
Through the use of technological innovations, Cabify is saving over 1,000 tonnes of carbon emissions per year – making it the first carbon neutral mobility application in Europe and Latin America.
FREE NOW has released a new report highlighting emerging transport trends across Europe and Ireland in 2021, including an increasing demand for e-mobility and micro-mobility options.
With the European Union set to miss its target to halve road deaths by 2030, autonomous vehicles provide many of the solutions to some of road safety’s most dangerous problems. SAFE-UP, a European initiative on road safety, is working to deliver the promised potential of autonomous vehicles to keep all…
Superpedestrian's new passes make the company’s service akin to that of traditional public transport, offering a more cost-effective option for passengers choosing to travel by e-scooter.
As part of its efforts to become a fully electrified mobility platform, Uber is supporting its drivers in transitioning to electric vehicles and its users in making more sustainable transport choices.
As part of its new initiative, Bolt is working to make the electric scooter a more visible transport option in order to decrease the world’s dependence on the private car.
Launched in Tallinn, Estonia, Bolt's e-scooter charging docks deliver more efficient overall usage of each unit and better operational sustainability.
A coalition of transport stakeholders have released a joint statement calling for public transport and active mobility to be placed at the heart of the future EU Urban Mobility Framework.
In an interview with Intelligent Transport, Daniel Štraub of Jagiellonian University in Krakow pontificates the benefits of fare-free public transport that is just and fair for everyone, and the implications for society and the transport sector when that isn’t the case.
The contactless ticketing system will play a vital role in promoting the use of public transport in Porto, enabling more environmentally sustainable mobility.
Bolt's electric scooters will offer Italian citizens and tourists an affordable, safe and sustainable micro-mobility service.