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London e-scooter operators support TfL’s Scrappage Scheme with discounted and free rides

London’s e-scooter operators, Dott, Lime and Tier, are supporting TfL’s Scrappage Scheme with discounted and free rides, as London gears up for the expansion of ULEZ in August. The scheme aims to support Londoners on certain means-tested benefits or non-means-tested disability benefits by providing grants to successful applicants to scrap …

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Madrid awards Tier, Dott and Lime contacts to operate e-scooters in the city 

The Spanish capital Madrid has now appointed three micromobility operators, Lime, Tier, and Dott to run its first e-scooter scheme. In late 2022, Madrid City Council launched its first tender for shared e-scooters in the city, described as one of the most important markets in Europe, by Tier.  A total …

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Tier partners with London Road Safety Council to cooperate on safety issues and sponsor LRSC website

The London Road Safety Council (LRSC) has announced a partnership with Tier to cooperate on safety issues in London and sponsor the LRSC website. Founded in 2018, Tier currently operates in more than 560 cities across 32 countries in Europe, the United States and the Middle East. Under the new …

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Tier e-scooters and e-bikes hit 1 million rides in Dubai 

Tier’s e-scooters and e-bikes in Dubai have officially hit the one million ride mark, two years after their launch. German micromobility operator Tier introduced its e-scooters in the United Arab Emirates in October 2020, helping support travellers in the largest city in the Gulf region.  Since the launch, a million …

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Paris mayor could ban rental e-scooters, according to report 

The Mayor of Paris is seriously considering ending the city’s e-scooter rental schemes, according to reports in French media.  Earlier this year news emerged that councillors in Paris were pushing to end the current shared scooter schemes in the city, run by three major providers, due to safety concerns.  The …

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Dott, Lime and Tier announce measures to overcome safety concerns in Paris 

Micromobility operators in Paris have announced a series of measures in the hopes of alleviating safety concerns, as councillors have considered scrapping shared scooter schemes in the city.  Dott, Lime, and Tier, the three micromobility providers currently operating in the French capital, have set out 11 steps to improve e-scooter …

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Paris council considers banning shared e-scooters, final decision rests with mayor 

Councillors in Paris are considering a potential ban on rental e-scooters in the city, due to safety related concerns, according to reports.  While the final decision on whether to renew the licences for Paris’ three shared micromobility operators – Lime, Dott and Tier- rests with the city mayor Anne Hidalgo, …

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Tier pilots wheelchair accessible e-scooters in France

Micromobility provider Tier has trialled wheelchair accessible e-scooters in France, in the hopes of a wider rollout to benefit those with reduced mobility. The German shared transport operator partnered with French start-up Omni to create a solution that pairs wheelchairs to e-scooters through a universal fixing.  Through their partnership, Tier …

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Tier-owned Nextbike wins e-bike tender for Barcelona 

Tier-owned micromobility brand Nextbike has won the e-bike tender for Barcelona, as 2,600 machines are due to be rolled out in the city.  Nextbike by Tier, a German-based shared e-bike operator, has won the Europe-wide tender to roll out a scheme in Barcelona, to add to its scheme in six …

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New Tier data reveals ‘huge’ health and environmental benefits of e-bikes and e-scooters

New data from Tier Mobility has shown the health and environmental benefits of e-bikes and e-scooters. The micromobility operator said it has empowered riders to replace 48 million kilometres of car journeys, avoiding 8 million kilograms of CO2 emissions. The savings equate to 8,376 aeroplane trips from London to New …

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