At an event on 15 September 2021, HumanForest officially launched its new fleet of 800 zero emission, fully electric bikes that will operate in London.
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To celebrate World Car Free Day on 22 September 2021, TIER is giving away one million free rides for new riders in order to highlight the alternatives to polluting vehicles.
Measures to encourage the switch to EVs include a new app launched by Grant Shapps, as well as extra funding to install chargepoints in places like Bed and Breakfasts and other tourist sites.
Ireland’s Deputy Prime Minister, Leo Varadkar TD, has highlighted the key role that Irish businesses are playing in achieving sustainable transport commitments in the UK.
The Air Quality Grant is part of a wider plan to reduce harmful roadside emissions, with zero-emissions transport key to driving down pollution in the UK’s cities.
Waymo is encouraging riders to give honest and complete feedback on their experiences as it looks to develop its technology further in one of the U.S. most famous cities.
Among the projects funded by the competition is the retrofitting of a diesel-powered double-decker bus, and the development of hydrogen-powered vehicles for the emergency services in the region.
Spin will use e-cargo bikes to pick up low-charge batteries and deliver them to charging points across Colchester, which it hopes will reduce congestion in the UK town.
The 20 zero-emission hydrogen fuel-cell double decker buses have been hailed as a key step towards tackling the city’s poor air quality and achieving the council’s net zero carbon target.
For Intelligent Transport, Agustin Guilisasti, Founder and CEO of HumanForest, discusses the rising popularity of electric bikes, why shared e-bikes are the future of mobility and how HumanForest is supporting the return of commuters post-pandemic.