Bird launches shared e-scooters in South Miami

Posted: 6 September 2023 | | No comments yet

Bird’s expansion into South Miami offers residents and visitors an additional mobility choice, potentially reducing the reliance on personal vehicles and promoting environmentally friendly transportation solutions.

Bird launches shared e-scooters in South Miami

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Bird Global has announced that it has officially launched in South Miami. As an established e-scooter operator in the Greater Miami area, Bird’s expansion underscores its commitment to the South Florida region and its aim to provide sustainable transportation options.

The introduction of Bird’s services in South Miami aims to offer an affordable, convenient and environmentally friendly alternative for residents, students and visitors. In addition, Bird is deploying a fleet of advanced e-scooters to complement existing public transportation systems, promoting mobility and sustainability.

Stewart Lynons, President of Bird, expressed the company’s enthusiasm for the South Miami launch, stating: “South Miami is a vibrant, forward-thinking city, and we are thrilled to introduce our services here. We are committed to not only providing an exceptional riding experience but also to be great partners with the city, working together to provide a safe and reliable transportation solution.”

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Bird‘s presence in South Miami represents a potential step toward reducing single-occupant car trips, traffic congestion and carbon emissions, contributing to a cleaner environment. By providing an additional transportation option, Bird aims to make urban areas more liveable while minimising the impact on the city’s infrastructure.

Bird’s cleaner, affordable and on-demand mobility solutions are now available in more than 350 cities, primarily across the U.S., Canada, Europe, the Middle East and Australia. The operator takes a collaborative, community-first approach to micro-mobility. Bird partners closely with the cities in which it operates in to provide a reliable and affordable transportation option for people who live and work there.

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