Lime expands LimePass subscriptions to include daily and monthly passes
Lime is expanding its LimePass subscriptions to include new daily and monthly pass options as more people look for alternative transport modes post-COVID-19.
Lime has introduced new daily and monthly passes to its LimePass suite of micromobility subscription services, as people in cities the world over look for more personal mobility solutions in the wake of COVID-19.
The new LimePass options will be introduced in cities across the US, France, Germany, Italy, Poland, Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Hungary, Israel, New Zealand, Norway, Sweden, Romania, South Korea, Spain, Switzerland and the UK, with rollouts in remaining global markets scheduled for late June. In a statement, Lime said that the new LimePass offerings are “designed to meet the needs of a rapidly growing number of micromobility riders, simplifying commutes and rewarding those who depend on electric scooters and bikes for their day-to-day transportation needs”.
Speaking about the LimePass expansions, Will Lee, Principal Product Manager at Lime, said: “With local economies recovering and cities adapting to a new world, our latest LimePass offerings make commuting more affordable than ever, giving riders more ways to access safe, socially distanced and sustainable transportation. It’s important that we don’t overwhelm our streets with increased personal car use and congestion, and our hope is this new range of LimePass products can meet the evolving needs of riders and help everyday commuters and new users get the most out of micromobility.”
The news follows a number of significant recent announcements from Lime, which is seeking to relaunch Jump services in cities after it acquired the brand from Uber.