This is the first in a three-part series on active travel (Pt2 will look at walking; Pt3 e-scooters).
Dott has seen e-scooter and e-bike trips increase by 130% year-on-year across all its markets combined in Europe in 2021.
Micromobility provider Voi has raised $115 million (£87m) in a latest round of funding that will help expand its European operations in 2022.
Tier Mobility is urging York residents to offer their views on e-scooters and e-bikes as part of a new public consultation.
DHL has started a trial of the EAV eCargo bike for its small-item home delivery service in Edinburgh.
This new report from the University of Hertfordshire spotlights several schemes that could make an immediate impact to reduce car dependancy outside of cities.
A new report from the University of Hertfordshire spotlights several schemes that could make an immediate impact to reduce car dependancy outside of cities.
This Urban Transport Group commissioned report aims to quantify and understand the potential to increasing e-bike uptake in the UK and the benefits that could be realised as a result.
Over 100m car and taxi trips made in city regions could instead be on e-bikes if the Government can meet targets for cycling, according to a new report.
E-bike company Zoomo has launched its next-generation Sport e-utility bike priced from £2,200.
Is the Government acting quickly enough to keep up with the development of mobility modes such as autonomous vehicles and e-scooters?
A new version of The Highway Code will be published in the autumn, the Department for Transport (DfT) has announced.
Nearly two-thirds (64%) of respondents from the latest National Travel Survey said they would support more dedicated cycle lanes.
New training modules are available to help support safety for users of e-scooters and e-bikes.
Fare City's new report examines non-commercial cargo bike use in London, drawing on fifteen qualitative stakeholder accounts to assess the future for growth.
Getting as many people to experience e-bikes as possible will be the key to help mass adoption in the UK, according to a recent Smart Transport’s industry webinar.
The Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Combined Authority has partnered with Voi to trial e-scooters and e-bikes in the region.
Researchers at Leeds University believe e-bikes could offer a safe a sustainable route back into work for the millions of workers currently working from home.