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Next 100 speakers announced for Move 2022 mobility event

The next 100 speakers have been confirmed for the Move 2022 mobility event, taking place in London in June.  Now in its fourth edition, Move is a cross-sector mobility trade event that brings together leaders from the automotive industry, transport operators, tech companies, energy providers and micromobility firms.  Taking place …

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Disabled people need to be at heart of low-car cities, says climate charity 

As the UK moves towards low-car cities, disabled people need to be at the heart of the decision-making, according to a climate charity.  Following the publication of a report by the University of Westminster’s Active Travel Academy and charity Possible, the co-authors have highlighted the need for cities to consider …

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IAA Mobility event makes major changes for 2023 event

The IAA Mobility event will be returning in 2023, with the organisers making some major changes based on feedback from exhibitors. In October last year, all cycling brands involved in IAA Mobility were asked to evaluate the inaugural edition via an online survey, to help improve the next event. Scheduled …

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More than 350,000km travelled on Tier e-scooters in London since trial launch

New analysis from Tier has revealed that more than 350,000km have been travelled using its e-scooters in London since the trial began in June. The data, released to mark the six-month anniversary of the launch of the trial in the capital, also revealed the top ten destinations and most popular …

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Lime partners with Multiverse to provide accessible transport to its apprentices throughout UK

Lime has partnered with EdTech start-up Multiverse to provide its community of more than 5,000 apprentices in the UK with 50% off all Lime e-bike and scooter rides. The discounted rides from Lime will support Multiverse’s mission to break down barriers to jobs and education, and ensure young people have …

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HumanForest partners with Citymapper to increase e-bike reach

HumanForest has announced a new partnership with Citymapper, increasing the accessibility of its e-bikes across London. The partnership will enable users to locate the nearest available HumanForest e-bikes in the Citymapper app. Users will also be able to plan journeys, view suggested routes and travel times, then navigate to their …

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Private e-scooters banned from TfL network due to fire risks 

Private-use e-scooters have been banned from London’s transport network due to concerns over fire risks.  Transport for London (TfL), the authority responsible for much of London’s public transport, has announced that all privately-owned e-scooters and e-unicycles are banned from Monday, 13th December. The decision has been made because of safety …

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Voi launches golden ticket Christmas campaign to support inclusive cycling charity Cycling Projects

Voi has launched a golden ticket Christmas campaign to support inclusive cycling charity Cycling Projects. Voi riders in Birmingham, Bristol, Bath, Liverpool, Northampton, Southampton, Portsmouth, Cambridge and Oxford will be able to seek out e-scooters that have been wrapped with golden festive cheer – Voi will then donate the unlock …

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Neuron launches festive ScootSafe campaign to improve e-scooter safety in run up to Christmas

E-scooter operator Neuron Mobility is launching a festive ScootSafe campaign in order to remind riders of the safe riding rules in the lead up to the Christmas holidays and New Year’s Eve. The festive period sees e-scooters typically used by more people, said Neuron, some of whom are less familiar …

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Tier launches ‘industry-first’ consultation for e-scooter and bike users 

Tier has launched a first-of-its-kind consultation for e-bike and scooter users in York. The shared micromobility provider is seeking the views of York residents on topics like parking locations, user behaviour and rider experience, in the hopes of using the feedback to improve its service. Last month, Tier marked its …

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