Superpedestrian has partnered with the Cities Today Institute to release a roadmap for how e-scooters can better integrate with public transport networks.
The report brings together experts from governments, system operators and NGOs to identify solutions for integrating e-scooters with existing public transport networks. The roadmap’s key suggestions include mobility hubs that offer different transportation options at the same locations, fare integration across different modes to lower trip costs, and equity programmes that expand access.
“Micromobility is real transportation. Based on evidence in our cities across the globe, we know that when micromobility and public transit are more seamlessly connected, they offer a more compelling alternative to private car use. At Superpedestrian, we're looking to deepen that integration to not only increase the use of shared e-scooters, but to increase the accessibility of public transit as well.”
Although e-scooters were initially a niche mode of transport, they have now become an integral part of how millions of people travel. Superpedestrian reported that two thirds of its e-scooter trips were not related to tourism or recreational use. Instead, the vehicles were used for commuting to work, to school or for other daily necessities.
“It's a great pleasure for CTI to be able to synthesise public and private sector expertise as a tool to make 21st century communities work for 21st century citizens. Our goal is to integrate affordable and accessible transportation solutions to make cities work better. The Cities Today Institute is proud to have worked with many of our community members and the Superpedestrian team to look in depth at how cities are implementing e-scooter policy.”
The new report examines different cities to establish how e-scooters can better integrate with public transport networks all over the world to reduce car trips and expand transportation access.
The report urges cities to consider several key solutions:
As a fleet owner, you can help hotels provide a comprehensive set of mobility solutions that would match all the different needs.
Leading organisations have formed the Shared Mobility Network to make shared mobility more convenient than driving a private car.
Bird and Lime are collaborating with Google to pilot AR technology to prevent micromobility vehicles from being parked irresponsibly.
The RoSPA has published a study demonstrating that e-scooters are significantly safer than bikes and motorcycles on UK roads.
Voi has partnered with Drover AI to deploy computer vision technology on its e-scooters in Oslo to tackle pavement riding and parking.
Berlin has announced plans for a high-speed cycle route connecting the east and west of the German capital through the city centre.
Beam has launched a Micromobility Research Partnership to study the future of micromobility as a sustainable transport solution.
TIER has acquired Fantasmo to develop an accurate e-scooter parking system and launch a computer vision-based driver assistance technology.
The NYC DOT is expanding its e-scooter pilot in the eastern Bronx to double its footprint and offer micromobility options to more residents.
Beam are trialing their Pedestrian Shield technology with Drover AI's PathPilot to adjust the speed of e-scooters on different road surfaces.
Voi has announced the launch of its latest e-scooter, the Voiager 5, which has been designed as their safest and most durable model to date.
Micromobility and MaaS are a winning combination, however, mobility operators need to pay attention to making their services both accessible and equitable.
TIER Mobility has announced its acquisition of Ford-owned micromobility operator Spin, allowing the company to expand into North America.
With the ATOM Academy, ATOM mobility aims to educate people who are willing to start a business in micromobility or improve operations.
The Department for Transport (DfT) has introduced new requirements for the UK e-scooter trials that will come into effect from 1 April 2022.
Bolt's trial with TØI explored how the Bolt app can encourage users to travel via e-scooter rather than a ride-hailing car.
Voi has collaborated with RNIB to redesign their e-scooter parking racks to reduce street hazards for vulnerable pedestrians.
Micromobility provider ACTON has announced its acquisition of DUCKT, a leader in docking and charging infrastructure for micromobility.
Superpedestrian has gained 125 million USD to expand the LINK shared e-scooter service and deploy their new Pedestrian Defence safety system.
Helbiz has announced the expansion of its partnership with Segway, strengthening its global presence and expanding its fleet worldwide.
Beam has launched a safety-first education campaign in Hobart and Launceston, following over 90,000 trips completed in the first month of operations
Leader in micromobility Helbiz Inc. has announced its fleet of electric vehicles is integrated and operating within Google Maps.
Wheels seated devices will be available on the Helbiz app in select US and European cities starting next month with more markets to follow.
TfL's cycle hire programme saw the highest ever use of Santander Cycles in 2021, with more than 10,900,000 hires made throughout the year.
CES debuted a new eMobility experience at the Las Vegas Convention Center to demo e-bikes, e-scooters, and related accessories.
Superpedestrian has added 150 seated e-scooters to its fleet in Baltimore to provide transport options for a diverse range of riders.
BlincBike is a connected e-bike safety technology product comprising a rear-view monitoring system that empowers cyclists to avoid accidents.
HumanForest, a sustainable micromobility firm, will be launching the UK’s first fleet of shared electric mopeds in London next month.
Micromobility leader Helbiz Inc. has launched an innovative technology and safety solution to promote the use of helmets.
Bird has partnered with Scootaround to provide people with disabilities safe, eco-friendly, on-demand accessible mobility in San Diego.
As part of the company's roadmap to inclusivity, Voi will be hosting the industry’s first Micromobility Disability Summit in February 2022.
The National Renewable Energy Laboratory is exploring the energy impacts of micromobility, including e-bike and e-scooters.
As Voi's third season of offering e-scooters in Berlin comes to a close, the company sheds light on the of development of intermodality.
Bolt and Allianz have launched a program that automatically provides all Bolt scooter users with insurance covered in the rental fee.
Helbiz Inc. has announced it will unveil its newly designed e-scooters, HELBIZ ONE-S and HELBIZ S1-X, at EICMA 2021.
Voi is leaving this year’s Global Startup Awards with the most prestigious award of them all: Global Startup of the Year.
Bird shared e-scooters will continue to help meet the sustainable transportation needs of riders in the UK into 2022.
Voi have joined a Combined Mobility Committee at the International Association of Public Transport (UITP).
Voi's scooters will be heavily integrated with the local Leipzig public transport operator, Leipziger Verkehrsbetriebe (LVB).
Voi’s COO and co-founder Douglas Stark presented the ambitious, yet highly achievable, vision of the 15-minute city connected by micromobility.
The new Voi Impact Dashboard shows riders the estimated CO2 emissions they have avoided by opting for a journey by e-scooter or e-bike.
Helbiz Inc. has announced a partnership with Fantasmo to integrate its hyper-accurate parking technology into Helbiz’s e-scooter app.
Bicycle shipping service provider, BikeFlights, have just made it a lot easier for individual cyclists and businesses to ship e-bikes.
Beam for Business aims to support SMEs and startups run by the Korean younger generation, through a partnership with shared workspaces.
Voi is returning to Copenhagen, having worked with the City to find a way for e-scooters to integrate into Europe’s most environmentally conscious city.
Dott's new e-bike givee citydwellers even more space for everyday eco-friendly exploration.
Research by Voi and the universities of Leeds and Cambridge aims to generate insights on the potential impact of e-scooters on personal wellbeing.
E-scooters will be available to rent in Camden from Monday 27 September, joining the nine other boroughs involved in the trial.
HumanForest celebrates the launch of its e-bikes on the roads of London with the ambition to promote happier, healthier lifestyles in the capital.
After successfully launching in more than 70 cities across Europe, Voi is rolling out its service in Brussels.
Reggio Emilia has become the fourth city in Italy to offer a sustainable and secure shared micro-mobility service from Voi.
Leading micromobility company Beam, Asia Pacific’s largest micromobility company, will be commencing operations in Hobart and Launceston.
Fully Charged has launched the UK’s largest eBike service centre, underneath the railway arches in the capital's London Bridge.
In an attempt to democratize equitable access to sustainable transport solutions, Voi Technology and Google Maps join forces.
Pure Electric has announced the arrival of the Pure Flux One, the company's first new electric bike, available to pre-order now.
Voi Technology invests in parking racks for e-scooters across the Swedish capital, in a joint initiative with e-scooter operator Tier.
Spin, the micromobility subsidiary of Ford Motor Company, has announced the launch of S-100T 1st edition, its new flagship electric scooter.
Voi shared e-bikes have now been accredited by CoMoUK, recognising the high standards set by our e-bike service, operations and workforce.
New guidance to help local authorities plan, design and deliver high quality walking and cycling routes across Wales has been launched.
Voi will begin a world-first large scale pilot of computer vision for shared e-scooters in the UK city of Northampton.
Moovit and TIER have announced a partnership that offers users more convenient first and last mile options.
Bird has teamed up with Scootaround, to pilot a first-of-its-kind program that provides effective, accessible mobility solutions on-demand.
HumanForest has announced it will launch its new fleet of truly green, fun and safe electric bikes in London this Summer.
Polish micro-mobility operator Blinkee chooses VAIMOO smart e-bikes to debut its first shared e-bike service.
Swiftmile, the pioneer in micromobility charging, has announced a licensing partnership with Shell Brands International AG.
After listening closely to riders and city partners, Bird will be applying their experience and expertise to shared e-bikes.
Greater Manchester has published its final clean air plan to kick-start the city region's green revolution, helping to tackle air pollution.
Trenitalia and Bird have paired up to help riders in Italy complete intercity trips in a convenient, eco-friendly way.
The Miami Parking Authority (MPA) and Swiftmile have announced a partnership to bring a network of micromobility charging stations to Miami.
Voi is trialling artificial noise on e-scooters in efforts to combat pavement riding and help protect pedestrians with sight loss.
Lime have introduced “Lime Prime,” a new monthly membership subscription now available in Lime markets worldwide.
Bird has teamed up with Zig Zag, to offer riders in Florence, Italy a more robust micro-electric transportation service.
Voi is proud to join the movement towards the 15-minute city and is pledging action to help reshape cities.
TfL and London Councils have announced that London's rental e-scooter trial will begin on Monday 7 June, in a core group of boroughs.
Voi adds another milestone to its journey in the UK with the launch of the first e-scooter rental trial outside a major urban area, in Devon.
Moovit will show users where Beam e-bikes and e-scooters are available nearby for alternative and convenient first and last-mile options.
With a limited moped fleet launched last week, Lime are focused on helping New York get moving again safely, sustainably and affordably.
Beam is conducting the ‘Online Safe Parking Campaign’ for appropriate shared e-scooter user culture to root into the society and increase traffic safety.
Voi’s shared e-scooters are now available in Frankfurt, Düsseldorf and Cologne, furthering Voi's MaaS partnership with FREE NOW.
ACTON have partnered with JOCO, to provide the only all electric bike sharing service, with indoor-stations, in New York City.
A world-first fleet of Artificial Intelligence/Computer Vision equipped e-scooters, will be deployed for use at Dublin City University.
NYC DOT has announced that three companies had been selected for New York City’s first e-scooter pilot in eastern Bronx: Bird, Lime and Veo.
After multiple successful trials with partners, Voi has developed and produced the industry’s first e-scooter parking stations in Berlin.
Bosch have shared the results of a representative survey conducted by the market research institute GfK on behalf of Bosch eBike Systems.
The partnership implies that Voi’s micro-vehicles will be available for booking in apps powered by Trafi in Berlin, Munich, Basel and more.
At the StartUp Awards 2021, Yulu won Best Smart City Solution Startup for providing resounding change in the fundamental ways of how cities function.
Yulu was listed as one of the top 5 emerging micro-mobility startups across the world by StartUs Insights out of 785 which were analyzed.
The launch is part of a 12-month trial funded by the Department for Transport (DfT), which began on the Isle of Wight in November 2020.
Lime have announced a $50 million investment in e-bikes, including improved hardware and plans to expand service to an additional 25 cities this year.
In India, several startups have started spinning innovation and created futuristic and sleek two-wheeler EVs at low price points.
Voi will be the first micro-mobility operator to be integrated into Zipabout’s platform, via the new, personalised First & Last Mile feature.
Voi have partnered Klaxon Mobility to integrate a wheelchair-accessible electric handbike into their fleet of shared micro-mobility offerings.
The Micro-Mobility for Europe (MMfE) coalition is made up of representatives from Bird, Bolt, Dott, FreeNow, Lime, TIER, Voi and Wind.
Bird’s e-scooter service is expanding in the UK as rider demand for micromobility continues to climb in 2021.
Voi has announced the launch of its next-generation e-scooter, the Voiager 4 (V4), rolling out in our cities starting this spring.
A poll has found that Britons are very enthusiastic about the prospect of rental e-scooters, with London being the most enthusiastic UK city.
Starting today, Voi has launched e-bike rental schemes in three of our U.K. e-scooter trial areas: Cambridge, Kettering, and Peterborough.
Arkessa, powered by the Ericsson IoT Accelerator, will provide global connectivity to Voi’s e-scooter fleets, enabling greater micro-mobility.
The trial led by Oxfordshire County Council and Voi follows the decision of the U.K. government to legalise rental e-scooters to support green local travel.
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