It is not always the case that the two-wheelers and four-wheelers can come together for a common cause. But the common cause is exactly what TIER Mobility and Denmark’s largest taxi company, Dantaxi, have taken the initiative to do. The two companies have entered a unique technology collaboration to reduce the number of people riding electric bikes (e-bikes) under the influence of alcohol.
TIER Mobility, the world’s leading shared micro-mobility provider, announced today it has acquired Fantasmo. With this move, TIER continues to invest in and develop the world’s most accurate e-scooter parking system, which will help to bring order to city streets and protect vulnerable road users.
Four partners have joined forces to create a new Chair at Paris School of Economics. The “Urban New Deal” Research Chair aims at developing research to better understand the challenges of tomorrow’s low-carbon, resilient and inclusive cities, and proposing an Urban New Deal to implement the ecological and digital transformation.model in Spain, working closely with public administrations to help reduce the number of cars in cities.
TIER, the European leader in shared micromobility, is starting operations in Malaga, where it has won a municipal authorisation to deploy 300 shared-use electric scooters. The company, which has a fleet of more than 135,000 electric micro-mobility vehicles in more than 180 cities in 20 countries, is implementing its shared and sustainable micro-mobility model in Spain, working closely with public administrations to help reduce the number of cars in cities.
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