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Shared cars, bikes or scooters are rarely available outside of city centers. We look into solutions to make them available in the outskirts.
Mobility as a Service (MaaS) will add new modes of transport to the cities. If these new mobility services should not generate additional traffic, the traffic needs to shift from established transport options to the new options. Is this cannibalization?
As announced by Uber CEO Dara Khosrowshahi at the NOAH Conference in Berlin in June 2018, Uber has kept their word and launched their bike sharing service JUMP in Europe before end of the year. Uber currently tests their bikes
How Smart Bikes can Improve Bike Sharing Does your bicycle talk to you? No? Although it has so much to tell … It is surprising that almost none of the bike sharing companies offers any kind of on-bike-communication during the
Creating a Win-Win Situation for Municipalities and Bike Sharing Schemes Who hasn’t seen the images of massive shared bike graveyards in China fueling concerns about other cities’ streets getting clogged with rental bikes? Looking at these pictures and hearing news about
Bike Sharing as Part of Mobility as a Service Traffic engineers know that only mass transit systems can efficiently provide the traffic density needed to serve mega cities, well illustrated in an image from downtown Seattle comparing the space needed