Shared Mobility

Bolt Car Clubs Offer an Alternative to Private Cars

Bolt Car Clubs Offer an Alternative to Private Cars

At Global Mobility Call, Paul Álvarez Gentles, Madrid Regional Manager of Bolt, presented the potential of car clubs to replace private cars. 

Shared Mobility Network Aims to Reduce Reliance on Private Cars

Shared Mobility Network Aims to Reduce Reliance on Private Cars

Leading organisations have formed the Shared Mobility Network to make shared mobility more convenient than driving a private car.

Bird Partners with WeGo to Bring Microtransit to Nashville

Bird Partners with WeGo to Bring Microtransit to Nashville

Bird and WeGo have announced a partnership to bring microtransit to Nashville, using e-scooters to increase the accessibility of bus services.

Uber Acquires Australian Car Share Company Car Next Door

Uber Acquires Australian Car Share Company Car Next Door

Uber has announced its acquisition of Car Next Door, an Australian peer-to-peer car-sharing platform for private cars.

LeasysGO! Car Sharing Opens to the Public in Milan

LeasysGO! Car Sharing Opens to the Public in Milan

There is new energy in the air in Milan with the arrival of LeasysGO!, the first electric car sharing that allows you to rent a New Fiat 500.

The Future Of Private Peer-to-Peer Mobility with MINI Sharing

The Future Of Private Peer-to-Peer Mobility with MINI Sharing

The traditional British brand MINI is once again setting standards in shared mobility, with MINI Sharing, available in Europe from the start of March 2021.

Cycle Hire Launched in Wolverhampton and Sutton Coldfield

Cycle Hire Launched in Wolverhampton and Sutton Coldfield

West Midlands Cycle Hire has opened to the public with distinctive grey and green bikes available in Sutton Coldfield and Wolverhampton from today.

UK Expands Bird E-scooter Service as Rider Demand Continues to Climb

UK Expands Bird E-scooter Service as Rider Demand Continues to Cl...

Bird’s e-scooter service is expanding in the UK as rider demand for micromobility continues to climb in 2021.

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