Infrastructure

Market trends, Government policies and infrastructure updates

Vivacity Labs, CRP partner to improve school street safety in Hackney

Vivacity Labs has teamed up with Cross River Partnership (CRP) to improve school street safety in Hackney as part of the Healthy Streets Everyday programme. CRP’s Healthy Streets Everyday programme is a Mayor of London Air Quality-funded project to empower boroughs, businesses and communities across London to deliver pedestrian-priority healthy …

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Stockholm launches e-bike sharing service operated by CityBike Global

CityBike Global has signed an agreement with the municipality of Stockholm to implement a new city e-bike sharing service. For Stockholm, CityBike Global has chosen Vaimoo as a strategic partner for the provision of smart electric bikes. Already active in Copenhagen, Rotterdam and the UK, Vaimoo will supply over 5,100 …

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Voi e-bike trial helps reduce car trips in Peterborough

More than 3,000 journeys have been made as part of an e-bike trial in Peterborough, helping to reduce the number of short car trips in the city. Since launching in January, more than a thousand riders have benefitted from the scheme, helping to improve air quality and achieving a reduction of …

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Voi celebrating one-year anniversary in Northampton

Voi is celebrating its first anniversary in Northampton today as a recent survey shows two-thirds of people think e-scooters have improved travel. Since the trial began, the total number of rides have surpassed 570,000, with 930,000 miles travelled on e-scooters around the region. Voi estimates its 30,000 active riders have …

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Voi supporting Connecting Europe Express with free rides to rail passengers

Voi is supporting the Connecting Europe Express project by extending the sustainability benefits of train travel with free rides to the train’s passengers in participating Voi cities. The train will depart Lisbon today, 2nd September, and stop in over 20 Voi cities as it makes a 20,000km journey to Paris …

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Making cycling (even more) sustainable

Andrew Richardson, content writer for Leisure Lakes Bikes, looks at how you can boost your bike to a new level of sustainability We already know that cycling is one of the most sustainable methods of transport out there. In fact, studies show that cycling only accounts for five grams of …

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Tier partners with Bikeworks to offer free e-scooter safety training sessions across London

Tier has partnered with Bikeworks to offer free e-scooter safety training sessions across London. The initiative has been launched to improve public safety and rider confidence, whilst tackling misuse in the capital. The sessions, initially rolled out in Ealing, North Kensington and Hammersmith and Fulham, are available to all members …

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Spin announces global integration with Google Maps

Spin has announced a global integration with Google Maps, helping users take advantage of its e-bikes and e-scooters as they plan their journeys. When looking for directions, Google Maps users can now locate Spin vehicles in 84 towns, cities and campuses in the US, Canada, Germany and Spain. Google Maps …

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More than 100 parking racks for e-scooters to be set up in Stockholm

Tier Mobility has invested in more than 100 parking racks for e-scooters across the Swedish capital, in a joint initiative with fellow e-scooter operator Voi Technology. The peers are investing in creating more space for shared, sustainable micromobility in collaboration with the City of Stockholm. The popularity of e-scooters has …

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Bird launches Google Maps integration to increase access to eco-friendly transit

Bird is integrating with Google Maps to help increase access to eco-friendly urban transportation. Starting today, anyone using Google Maps to plan a trip in US cities where Bird operates will be able to quickly locate nearby Bird scooters and bikes, as well as approximate trip duration, estimated price and …

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