In 2019, we explored the shared mobility market in Spain and Portugal, examining the innovative services that were transforming urban transportation. Now that it’s 2023,
This month on our shared mobility by region series, we are examining the mobility offerings of Spain and Portugal. Europe is internationally recognized for its
Last month, our shared mobility by region series took us to South and Latin America. This time we take a look ‘down under,’ at the
Introducing our newest international transportation series; ‘Global Mobility.’ We firmly believe in the power of community and when it comes to mobility innovation, it’s essential
Just a short month ago, the race for mobility service-led innovation in cities has created a sense of urgency around the world to launch, operate
In this blog post we take a look at the principles of inclusive transportation design, share case studies of innovative companies who are challenging the status quo, provide examples of public transportation systems doing it right and the important role of policy and regulation has to play.
Numerous Indigenous businesses have carved out a niche for themselves in the transportation sector. With a deep-rooted commitment to community service, cultural preservation, and sustainability, these enterprises serve more than just economic functions. They foster cultural exchanges, drive local engagement, and often champion environmentally friendly practices that set them apart in a competitive marketplace.
Over the past 12 months, micromobility, in particular e-scooter and e-bike share services, have gained significant traction as sustainable and convenient modes of transportation. Canada, known for its forward-thinking approach to urban mobility, has been actively embracing these micromobility solutions.
In this article, we discuss the latest micromobility news in Canada (since the beginning of 2022 until now) including:
New pilot programs
The rise of shared e-bikes
Major micromobility regulatory changes.
This month on our partner spotlight series we interviewed behaviour change-maker, Natalia Le Gal, for a chat about her company Behava and her experience at this year’s AUTONOMY Mobility World Expo.
Multimodal integration improves reliability, affordability, and – with trip planning – flexibility of multimodal trips. It increases ridership across modes and bridges the distance between transport stations and the final destination for riders. Physically, economically and socially disadvantaged people in particular need diverse mobility options: walking and cycling for local travel, public transit for longer trips, and automobiles (ridesharing, carsharing and taxi travel) when necessary. As a result, to be efficient and fair transportation must be multimodal.
In this session the panel discuss how car rental and carshare operators can electrify their fleets and the benefits of doing so. Our panel of mobility experts include, Damon Aldrich, Director, Electric Vehicle and Infrastructure Strategy, Enterprise Holdings inc. and Nick DiPrima, Head of SaaS sales, North America at UFODRIVE.
We believe cultivating partnerships is the key to creating successful shared mobility. With over 70 partners, so much innovation is happening right here in our network! This month we are bringing back our partner spotlight series with an interview from Céleste Vogel, CEO and Co-Founder of eWAKA – a platform for commuter and commercial micromobility fleets.
This October, we are celebrating Global Diversity Awareness Month by checking in with, and paying tribute to, a few of the amazing women founders (and their companies) we had the pleasure of meeting during last year’s Empower Women in Shared Mobility Program. We had applicants from almost every continent, each one striving to make our planet a better place to live, by helping us move around easier and safer.