Voi’s mission has always been about shaping city life for the better and this week we took our campaign to champion 15-minute cities to the stage of one of the biggest tech conferences in the world – WebSummit in Lisbon, Portugal.
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.
Voi is leaving this year’s Global Startup Awards with the most prestigious award of them all: Global Startup of the Year.
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.
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.
Research by Voi and the universities of Leeds and Cambridge aims to generate insights on the potential impact of e-scooters on personal wellbeing.
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.
In an attempt to democratize equitable access to sustainable transport solutions, Voi Technology and Google Maps join forces.
Voi Technology invests in parking racks for e-scooters across the Swedish capital, in a joint initiative with e-scooter operator Tier.
Voi shared e-bikes have now been accredited by CoMoUK, recognising the high standards set by our e-bike service, operations and workforce.
Voi will begin a world-first large scale pilot of computer vision for shared e-scooters in the UK city of Northampton.
Voi is trialling artificial noise on e-scooters in efforts to combat pavement riding and help protect pedestrians with sight loss.
Voi is proud to join the movement towards the 15-minute city and is pledging action to help reshape cities.
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.
Voi’s shared e-scooters are now available in Frankfurt, Düsseldorf and Cologne, furthering Voi's MaaS partnership with FREE NOW.
After multiple successful trials with partners, Voi has developed and produced the industry’s first e-scooter parking stations in Berlin.
The partnership implies that Voi’s micro-vehicles will be available for booking in apps powered by Trafi in Berlin, Munich, Basel and more.
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.
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.
A new study from the Norwegian Institute for Transport Economics shows that dedicated parking spots for shared e-scooters could solve pavement clutter.
Voi has announced the launch of its next-generation e-scooter, the Voiager 4 (V4), rolling out in our cities starting this spring.
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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