San Diego MTS and North County Transit District's Free Ride Day 2022 will provide San Diegans with the opportunity to join the clean air movement across the State of California, while reducing emissions and improving air quality.
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U.S. cities from San Diego to Newark have extended their shared electric mobility programmes with Bird, in time for the return of students to campus for the Autumn term.
The new funding will allow San Diego MTS to continue modernising its system, further advance its transition to a zero-emission bus fleet and enhance safety for its riders.
Formerly known as Uber Pool, the new shared ride option will provide riders across nine U.S. cities with an affordable and sustainable mode of transport, while encouraging the transition away from private owned cars.
With the use of augmented reality technology and street view data, Bird VPS will enable Bird to geo-localise parked e-scooters with accuracy – allowing riders to end their journeys in a safe and tidy manner.
With insight from government, operator and NGO experts, the new report examines how sustainability and equity goals can be driven by making it easier and less expensive to combine e-scooter use with public transit.
Bird is now offering its on-demand accessible mobility programme in San Diego and San Francisco, in addition to its ongoing pilot in The Bronx.
The new agreement with the University of California San Diego will see Spin provide 600 shared e-bikes and e-scooters to the campus as part of the company's efforts to ease the transportation journey.
After announcing the launch of its bike share programme in June 2021, Bird has now introduced its e-bikes in San Diego and Windsor, Ontario, with more cities across North America and Europe set to follow.
Bird's newly-developed 'Smart Sidewalk Protection' technology effectively and efficiently detects and prevents sidewalk or footpath riding in real time by safely bringing the offending vehicle to a safe stop.
The City has launched a “Slow Streets” pilot programme which prioritises walking and cycling as a way to encourage physical distancing and active lifestyles.
Due to the system’s multi-client capability, San Diego's Metropolitan Transit System will have a region-wide, interoperable fare structure.
A new mobility plan will include a 9.3-mile cycle track that connects downtown San Diego to surrounding neighbourhoods.