The plans entail changing the way Spin currently conducts business - from the carbon produced when manufacturing electric scooters to ensuring the sources of power used to recharge scooters every day are renewable.
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The "Superblocks" approach aims to help achieve Barcelona's climate targets by organising the city with priority given to pedestrians, bicycles and public transport.
The report, which aims to evaluate what the firm has already delivered and is planning to deliver in the future, will be released annually.
On top of 'Operation Respect,' New York's MTA is now piloting mask dispensers on buses as a way to protect those using public transit.
Local Government and business leaders in the South East have called for an action plan to ensure that the ban on new petrol, diesel and hybrid vehicles – which the British Government is consulting on bringing forward from 2040 to 2035 or earlier – is a success.
500 Helbiz e-scooters are now available to citizens and tourists in the Italian city through Helbiz’s mobile app.
The support for infrastructure aims to contribute to the implementation of the National Energy and Climate Strategy for 2030, and the achievement of the greenhouse gas emissions reduction targets.
Campaign group Greener Journeys has called on Government to be more positive in its messaging and encourage the responsible use of public transport as a way to prompt wider social, economic and environmental benefits.
The Prime Minister has kickstarted Britain's 'cycling and walking revolution,' with plans including 'cycling prescriptions' and free training, higher cycling infrastructure standards and a national e-bike programme.
The review will be carried out by a panel with experience of public policy, Government reviews and reform of public bodies.
The policy document - Pathways to the Future of Transportation – is intended to serve as a roadmap for innovators of new cross modal technologies to engage with the Department.
The operators have committed to higher levels of sustainability standards and practices across e-scooter manufacturing, operations, end of life and lifecycle emissions.
Greater Manchester leaders have detailed plans for its green recovery from the coronavirus pandemic and to accelerate the region's 2038 zero carbon ambitions, including a Clean Air Plan and a set of minimum standards for taxi and private hire services.
Beryl CEO Philip Ellis discusses the ways in which integrated parking systems for micromobility devices such as e-scooters and e-bikes can contribute to the coronavirus recovery as well as climate change mitigation.