The City of Perth, Australia has announced that Beam Mobility has joined its shared e-scooter trial alongside Neuron Mobility.
Beam has won a two-year operational license to operate in Darwin, following a competitive tender process for a new permit.
Beam will bring its brand of community-first micromobility to Armidale in early September, with 300 e-scooters to be introduced to the city.
Micromobility operator, Beam has launched its ‘Beam for Business’ programme to help businesses encourage workers to return to the office.
Beam will be bringing up to 150 shared e-scooters to Ipswich, Australia this week, following the approval of its 6-month trial.
Micromobility operator, Beam has launched its fifth-generation e-scooter — the Saturn 5 — in Wellington, New Zealand.
Beam and the University of South Australia (UniSA) have launched a ‘Future Scooter Lab’ to help shape the future of micromobility.
Beam has launched a Micromobility Research Partnership to study the future of micromobility as a sustainable transport solution.
Beam are trialing their Pedestrian Shield technology with Drover AI's PathPilot to adjust the speed of e-scooters on different road surfaces.
Beam has launched a safety-first education campaign in Hobart and Launceston, following over 90,000 trips completed in the first month of operations
Global micromobility company Beam will bring shared e-mobility operations to Western Australia, with operations to commence initially in three cities.
Beam for Business aims to support SMEs and startups run by the Korean younger generation, through a partnership with shared workspaces.
Leading micromobility company Beam, Asia Pacific’s largest micromobility company, will be commencing operations in Hobart and Launceston.
Moovit will show users where Beam e-bikes and e-scooters are available nearby for alternative and convenient first and last-mile options.
Beam is conducting the ‘Online Safe Parking Campaign’ for appropriate shared e-scooter user culture to root into the society and increase traffic safety.
Beam will launch in Busan and Ulsan with the advanced Saturn+, the first location in Korea to receive Beam’s newest e-scooter.
The Beam Apollo fleet of advanced e-bikes was today launched in Auckland to expand Beam’s offerings and bring more transportation choice to Aucklanders.
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