The paper discusses the emissions reductions, mode choice, and sustainable transportation benefits that shared micromobility is realizing across North America, the popularity of electric shared micromobility, the need for scaling shared micromobility to meet user demand and transportation decarbonization goals,
Thanks to a grant from the Colorado Energy Office, the nonprofit bike share operator PikeRide will begin offering low-cost, monthlong access to electric bicycles.
There’s now a framework for determining how dockless e-bike share reduces vehicle miles traveled. Plus, e-scooter companies are creating a standardized environmental assessment.
In the Village of Ossining, electric bikes are being deployed to create a barrier-free network that includes bike share, lending libraries, and a lease-to-own scheme.
New battery recycling programs from major industry players are helping to make shared micromobility even more sustainable.
Building the EV charging networks of tomorrow requires shared micromobility’s inclusion today.
BCycle is the first bike share company to participate in Call2Recycle’s landmark industry-wide recycling initiative.
These bike share systems are getting rid of fees to raise awareness about climate change and encourage widespread adoption.
The Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) is awarding grants to communities across the state to reduce emissions and relieve traffic congestion.
What started as a pilot program geared towards alleviating congestion has morphed into an innovative subsidy for the city’s low-income residents.