EAV2Cubed eCargo bikes are being deployed by logistics provider Delivery Mates at a new micro hub facility launched by Westminster City Council.
The benefits of shared ownership for business and personal travel are being promoted as part of a new partnership between Enterprise Car Club and micro-mobility provider Beryl.
Micromobility operator Dott has reported a surge in demand for its service during car free days, which have taken place during EU Mobility Week.
HumanForest is launching a scheme in London to rent eMopeds to the capital’s delivery drivers.
The Free Now ‘mobility super app’ is to include HumanForest e-bikes for the first time in London.
Micromobility company Dott has expanded the number of cities in which information about e-bikes and e-scooters can be accessed via Google Maps.
The city of Grenoble has awarded micromobility company Dott the contract to supply the city with both its e-bikes and e-scooters from July.
Micromobility vehicles such as e-scooters could be designed and operated in the UK by mid-2023 under new legal framework proposed by the University of Warwick.
The Department for Transport (DfT) has set out its roadmap to develop future policy for Mobility as a Service as part of a free Smart Transport webinar.
TfN has updated its transport plan for the region with new policy positions on active travel and multimodal hubs.
Law firm Keoghs is calling on the Government to deliver a clear plan for the prospective legalisation of e-scooters, following a new study that highlights safety concerns.
A new whitepaper is urging an increased focus on training for those using private e-scooters in anticipation of legalised use in the future.
Neuron Mobility has reached over one million miles after operating e-scooter trials for over a year in Slough, Newcastle and Sunderland.
Ginger and Qi Managed Services have launched a multi-vehicle micromobility dock and charge station in Middlesbrough.
Leeds City Council is looking to approve a £2m funding bid to implement a fully docked, public electric bike hire scheme in the city.
The London e-scooter trials have reached over 500,000 trips and nearly one million miles since launch in June 2021.
UCL and London’s shared e-scooter operators are developing a new ‘universal sound’ to alert pedestrians and other road users of their approach.
Superpedestrian has raised $125 million (£93m) in its latest funding round to invest in expanding its micromobility services across Europe and the US.
Lime is planning to invest £20 million in the London market over the next 18 months after reaching nearly five million rental e-bike rides.
This report from the McKinsey Centre for Future Mobility looks at the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic and changes in consumer preferences, technology and regulation.