Electric Bikesharing Whitepaper, 2022

Most cities around the world are already experiencing unacceptable levels of traffic, congestion, GHG emissions, issues with parking and curb side use. With 68% of the global population projected to be living in urban centers by 2050, how are cities going to accommodate this growth and meet climate goals? We believe the future of cities will be in single occupancy private vehicles, such as bikes, e-bikes, mopeds and scooters as well as an increase multimodal trips where citizens use alternative shared transportation modes.

If we learned anything from the global pandemic, it was that micromobility quickly became one of the most attractive modes of transport in cities all over the world. In particular electric bikesharing saw a surge in growth and popularity from 2020 onwards.

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In our latest whitepaper, we identify how shared electric bikesharing operations can be a win-win for users, operators, cities and the planet. We also provide real life examples, insights and data describing how to attract riders, ensure operational feasibility, and improve multimodality of cities. We take a close look at the challenges with e-bikesharing, but also the opportunities. It will enhance your understanding of how a viable electric bikesharing scheme can fit within a city’s overall transportation plan, accelerate the adoption of car-free behaviours, and benefit developers and other businesses; while addressing economic, social and environmental factors.

We hope that our whitepaper inspires you to explore e-bike sharing for your business, community or development, which is why we have also included an action guide so that you can plan your next steps. You will also be able to to complete a self-assessment to figure out where you stand and how you can level up your electric bikesharing scheme.

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