Neuron launches discounted Concession Pass in more cities globally

Posted: 15 September 2022 | | No comments yet

This latest roll-out will allow low-income users in Adelaide, Ballarat, Canberra, Townsville and Ottawa to also benefit from Neuron’s e-scooter and e-bike services at a fraction of the cost.

Neuron Concession Pass

Credit: Neuron Mobility

Neuron Mobility has announced the expansion of its discounted Concession Pass to more cities globally, following the successful launch of its global equity and accessibility programme, Neuron Access. Through the Concession Pass, the micro-mobility operator aims to make its e-scooter and e-bike services accessible to low-income users, providing up to 50 per cent off of an applicable Neuron Pass.

In order to qualify for a Concession Pass, riders must be a current recipient of an eligible government support programme, which has been expanded to include a range of city-specific programmes. 

Similar to low-cost transit passes offered by public transport services, Neuron’s discounted pass makes budgeting for transportation expenditure easier, allowing users to ride more at substantial cost savings and reduced upfront fees. In addition, Concession Pass holders will enjoy free rides up to the daily limit, with no additional unlocking fees throughout the duration of their pass.

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As part of the company’s latest roll-out, the Concession Pass is now available in Adelaide, Ballarat, Canberra and Townsville in Australia; and Ottawa in Canada. It has also been launched in more countries, including New Zealand in Christchurch and the UK in Newcastle. This is on top of existing cities including Brisbane, Darwin, Melbourne and Perth in Australia, as well as Calgary in Canada.

Neuron is committed to further develop what Neuron Access has to offer and create a wide-scale positive impact on riders within these cities and hopes to continue to lower the barrier to safe and sustainable transportation modes for the communities it serves.