Leading voices representing road safety, urban development and accessibility have joined the TIER Nordic Safety Board as Europe’s largest e-scooter operator seeks to raise micro-mobility safety standards across the region.
TIER, the European leader in shared micro-mobility, has appointed Manuel Arauco as its new Country Manager with the aim of leading TIER’s entry into Spain, where it began operations last November through the acquisition of nextbike, Europe’s leading bike-sharing operator.
After more than 175 successful launches worldwide, the German company TIER Mobility is also coming to Belgium. As of today, 2,000 e-scooters are an affordable and sustainable mobility solution for the Brussels traffic user. And that is just the beginning, because the 100% climate neutral mobility player also has plans for a multimodal offer (which it already has today in numerous European cities) and for launching in other Belgian cities.
UCL’s specialist Person-Environment-Activity Research Laboratory (PEARL), together with London’s e-scooter operators TIER, Lime and Dott, have today announced that they are partnering to research and develop a ‘universal sound’ for rental e-scooters to alert pedestrians and other roads users of their approach.
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