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    November 24, 2021 – Micromobility, Shared Mobility

    Moped sharing can be as green as public transport according to academic research

    Shared micromobility contributes to the decarbonization strategies in urban transport. Moped sharing expert Enrico Howe takes a closer look at academic research and identifies the main drivers of GHG emissions in moped sharing and its environmental footprint.

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    November 10, 2021 – Micromobility, Shared Mobility

    Managing the Challenges of Running a Micromobility Program – NABSA Discussion Panel Recap

    INVERS joined a discussion panel on challenges faced by micromobility systems at NABSA’s (North American Bikeshare and Scootershare Association) virtual conference at the end of October. Read how experts from various micromobility organizations are overcoming industry challenges.

    November 5, 2021 – Micromobility, Shared Mobility

    Global Moped Sharing Market Report – Launch Event Recap

    INVERS and mopedsharing.com launched the Global Moped Sharing Market Report 2021 during a digital event featuring a panel of industry experts. Read on for a recap of their thoughts on the current state and future trends of the industry.

    November 3, 2021 – Micromobility, Shared Mobility

    Global Moped Sharing Market Report 2021

    The Global Moped Sharing Market Report is the go-to moped-specific resource in shared mobility. INVERS and mopedsharing.com provide valuable insights on the current state of moped sharing worldwide and trends to watch.

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    October 28, 2021 – Micromobility, Shared Mobility

    Micromobility and Cities: An Evolution of Cooperation

    Industry expert Scott Shepard highlights why close cooperation between shared micromobility providers and public authorities is key for a successful transformation of urban mobility. A more collaborative approach to integrating shared mobility options will ensure long-term sustainability.

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    First mile last mile challenges in public transit

    October 25, 2021 – MaaS, Shared Mobility

    Overcoming First Mile-Last Mile Challenges

    On average, people are willing to walk about 400 metres to a bus stop and about 1 km to a rapid transit station, but many live further from public transit stops. Filling that gap by getting people who are further away connected to the nearest station has the potential to bring up to nine times as many passengers to public transit.

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    October 18, 2021 – Shared Mobility, Technology

    Acceleration-based telematics features in shared mobility (pt. 1) – Shock, motion, and tilt events

    Telematics enable direct vehicle access and the retrieval of a wide range of data points. By analyzing the accelerations of parked vehicles, sharing operators will find it easier to investigate unusual vehicle movements and can better react to theft and vandalism.

    October 11, 2021 – Expert Interviews, Shared Mobility

    Trip to Kenya: Navigating Through Developing Road Infrastructure

    Despite a lack of infrastructure investment a decade ago, Kenya is experiencing more growth and focus in providing mobility options to support a growing population. Ride hailing and vanpooling are currently the dominant forms of shared mobility, but there is still opportunity for growth of other modes as well.