Tier is offering private e-scooter owners in the UK the chance to trade in their vehicles in exchange for up to £150 ride credit with the company.
Tier has launched a UK & Ireland Safety Board to raise the bar for safety standards across the entire e-scooter sector.
Newcastle City Council will launch its e-scooter trial early next year in partnership with Neuron Mobility.
An alliance of active travel, public transport and shared mobility groups are calling for the rapid reduction of private car use to help tackle air pollution.
Ford's e-scooter company Spin is working with multiple UK universities with £100,000 in funding to research safety, rider behaviour and transport integration.
The AA’s DriveTech and e-scooter operator Tier have launched an e-scooter theory test to educate people around e-scooter safety and responsible use.
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.
Transport for London (TfL) and London Councils have launched a competition to select up to three operators for a 12-month trial of rental e-scooters.
Buckingham Council has launched its 12 month e-scooter rental trial that will see microbility offered to those in High Wycombe and Aylesbury.
MPs on the Transport Committee are calling for the Government to legalise e-scooters to help reduce congestion.
City of York Council has announced a 12-month e-scooter trial with Tier.
ADEPT has published a new report that urges the UK to embrace the benefits of e-scooters.
E-scooter company Tier is looking to partner with High Street locations across the UK to create a network of charging stations.
The Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Combined Authority has partnered with Voi to trial e-scooters and e-bikes in the region.
London-based insurtech Zego has partnered with e-scooter company, Ginger, to provide insurance for the Tees Valley e-scooter trial.
Milton Keynes Council and Lime, the micromobility company, will launch a full-scale UK e-scooter trial at the beginning of August.
Tees Valley Combined Authority will host the first e-scooter trials later this month with an initial 100 units available.
The Department for Transport (DfT) is introducing new regulations to allow rental e-scooter trials to start from July 4 for the next year across towns and cities in the UK.
Tier Mobility is gearing up for the DfT's e-scooter trial by stocking up with 1,000 models of its e-scooter in the UK and hiring two senior members to its team.
City region transport authorities have welcomed Government plans to bring forward trials of e-scooters to explore the role they might play in the future of urban transport and to inform future decisions around micro-mobility legislation.