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UK micromobility provider Beryl partners with National Grid to expand Norwich scheme

British micromobility operator Beryl has partnered with the National Grid to expand its transport offering in Norwich. The new partnership, announced on 28th December, will see Beryl join forces with the electricity distribution business to encourage more people to use sustainable transport.  National Grid will sponsor Beryl’s Norwich fleet of …

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UK micromobility provider Beryl calls for Government to legalise scooters to improve safety

UK-based micromobility operator Beryl has responded to the Government’s official e-scooter trial report, saying the legalisation of private scooters would help improve safety.  Last week the Department for Transport published its independent review of e-scooter schemes, which found that e-scooters were driving a shift away from private vehicles.  The report …

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More riders combining micromobility with public transport, Beryl report reveals 

Beryl has released a major new piece of research, which has revealed user habits across six shared bike, e-bike and e-scooter schemes.  Among the biggest findings in the Beryl Annual Rider Report, released on 8th December, was that an increasing number of riders are combining Beryl micromobility trips with public …

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Beryl announces Christmas gift micromobility vouchers 

Micromobility provider Beryl has been getting in the festive spirit with the launch of gift vouchers ahead of the Christmas period.  Beryl, which runs bike, e-bike, and scooter schemes around the UK, is hoping to encourage more people to travel sustainably with the announcement of Minute Bundles, which can be …

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Micromobility brands Beryl and Voi welcome latest announcements on e-scooter legislation  

Beryl and Voi are the latest micromobility brands to voice their support for the proposed private-use e-scooter legislation.  The UK Government has announced it plans to create a new vehicle category for low speed, zero emission vehicles, with electric scooters likely to be the first mode of transport added to …

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Beryl shared bike schemes now displayed on Google and Apple Maps 

Beryl’s shared bikes are now being displayed on Google Maps and Apple Maps, with the aims of making its schemes more accessible.  London-based tech company Beryl, which currently runs bike, cargo bike, and scooter schemes across the UK, has partnered with Google, Apple and transport data firm Ito World to …

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Beryl celebrates first anniversary of Bournemouth and Poole e-scooter scheme

Micromobility provider Beryl is celebrating the first anniversary of its e-scooter scheme in Bournemouth and Poole. Launched on 25th January 2021 in partnership with BCP Council, the DfT pilot scheme surpassed a million kilometres (1,006,442km) over the weekend from 264,346 separate journeys in its first year. Feedback from users shows …

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Avara, Beryl partnership sees employees take to two wheels

Nathan Hughes, team leader at Avara Foods in Hereford, has spoken of the many benefits of using bikes as part of the partnership between the company and Beryl. Seeking to promote sustainable travel between their two sites and increase the number of employees cycling, Avara partnered with Beryl, purchasing minute …

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New zone map revealed for GM cycle hire scheme

A new zone map of the upcoming Greater Manchester cycle hire scheme has been revealed. The 24/7 Bee Network Cycle Hire Scheme, phase one of what will eventually be a region-wide offering, will be operated by micromobility company Beryl and will consist of an initial fleet of 1,200 pedal bikes …

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TfGM selects Beryl for Greater Manchester’s cycle hire scheme

Beryl has been selected by Transport for Greater Manchester (TfGM) as its delivery partner to design, deliver and operate Greater Manchester’s cycle hire scheme. The scheme is part of wider plans from the Mayor of Greater Manchester Andy Burnham to develop Greater Manchester’s Bee Network. Phase one of the scheme …

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