Whitepaper: Bike/scooter ride-sharing: connectivity data shows the way

Posted: 2 January 2019 | | No comments yet

Inner city travel is getting a makeover. Even with cars, buses and rapid transit trains, covering that last mile from station to destination, getting from school to store, or just from here to there without using your own car, has been the bane (and main gripe) of users of city transport services.

On another level, city explorers want the freedom to move unrestrained by bus or train schedules. As more urban areas are discovering, bike and scooter rentals are fast becoming a welcome addition to mixed mobility city life. And not just for cost or convenience, but for environmental benefits, as well. Bike or scooter-sharing is a service that provides short-term rentals either for free or for a fee. These sharing programmes allow people to use or rent a bike, usually from a docking station, and then return the bike or scooter to the same or different location.

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