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.
This Urban Transport Group report urges the Government to support transport authorities with more funding and powers to help rebuild after Covid-19.
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.
Transport for West Midlands has appointed Swedish company Voi to operate its 12 month e-scooter trial from September 10.
WYCA is inviting people that live in its region, as well as the wider transport industry to give feedback on its Future Mobility Strategy.
Raleigh UK, the bicycle and e-cargo bike manufacturer, is the latest member to join Smart Transport.
Norfolk County Council is to launch a new micromobility service with pedal bikes, e-bikes and e-scooters in Norwich through provider Beryl.
The DfT has launched a consultation that will look at banning parking on the pavement across the country as a way to help boost active travel.
E-scooter company Tier is looking to partner with High Street locations across the UK to create a network of charging stations.
Voi has won the tender competition to run Northamptonshire County Council's 12-month e-scooter trial.
The Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Combined Authority has partnered with Voi to trial e-scooters and e-bikes in the region.
A data audit by Friends of the Earth based on pre-lockdown information has revealed 1,360 sites across England that have breached the annual Air Quality Objective for Nitrogen Dioxide (NO2) levels.
Raleigh is launching a new electric cargo bike range called the E-Cargo in the UK and Ireland from September.
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.
Vianova's report looks at the key issues that need to be considered by city authorities, micro-mobility operators, civic partners and local residents for adopting shared micro-mobility solutions.
Ford has chosen Cologne, Germany as its first market outside of the US to launch its Spin micromobility and e-scooter brand.
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.