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London Restrictive Micromobility provider
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London's Micromobility Strategy

London's Micromobility strategy: There is something peculiar about how different micromobility firms are operating in London. There seems to be so many restrictions on usage of the ebikes, which are not licensed by central government unlike Escooters. Council…

micromobility italy
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Micromobility and coastal tourism

We have felt the micromobility revolution will help bring new life into the coastal towns. Where there are huge spikes in both traffic and residents in the area over the few months of the summer. The idea of Ebikes providing an alternative to the car for the…

Micromobility Escooter Railway
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Why were Esooters banned in the UK

Why were Escooters banned anyway? It is a complex story. Mostly down to the huge presssure the UK legisators were under to include as much of vehicles, two wheels, electric or otherwise as a taxed and insuranced vehicle if used on the public roads. So in arou…

Micromoblity Cargo Bikes
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The transformative power of micromobility

A version of this blog entry first appeared at the Conservative Environment Network blog. The transformative power of micromobility for the environment The average car journey in the UK is around 8 miles. This is bad for the environment, for our health. We no…

Micromobility Councils
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Ebike growth and councils

In the past week, one council has announced an ebike partnership with three micromobility providers. Further proof that the ebike strategy is the growth story of micromobility here in the UK. Floating dockless ebike rentals in london are the real growth story…

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Rail stations are the key to unlocking micromobility

We have written and produced a podcast as to the value of train stations for micromobility. With parcels as passengers along with train stations being mobility hubs. With Parcels being delivered to the train station rather than into the town using a van. It i…

Micromobility 20 percent of urban travel
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Micromobility modes could replace 20 percent of short car trips

Micromobility modes could replace 1/5 of short car trips according to a new research in the US at the Carnegie Mellon University. Corey Harper, assistant professor of civil and environmental engineering (CEE) and public policy at Carnegie Mellon University, l…

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Not Just Bikes and Micromobility news

We had the utter privilege of having Jason Slaughter from Not Just bikes. The author of a highly popular YouTube channel by the same name. The YouTube channel covers urban design and daily living in the Netherlands especially around the value of bicycling aro…

Mapping and Micromobility
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Micromobility and Mapping

Maps along with the mobility as a service will become micromobility's version of a web browser. These services are where transport, especially around urban environments will be conducted, engaged with and called upon. As Harace Dediu, the technologist recentl…

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Humanforest Micromobility to launch UK’s first shared e-moped service

HumanForest, London's micromobility firm is set to roll out its shared e-moped service in London from January. This will be the first company in the country to have a shared e-moped fleet. It will c consist of 100 vehicles, to be deployed across the capital, …