Following Transport for London (TfL) and London Councils’ announcement this week that Dott, Lime and TIER have been selected to introduce shared e-scooters to Londoners in a 12 month trial (commencing June 7th) with potential to become Europe’s biggest e-scooter scheme, we thought this was an opportune time to highlight new mobility expert Augustin Friedel’s interactive map of free floating micro mobility services within Europe.
This latest update of the micro mobility map features more than 970 operator/city combinations in more than 400 towns and cities across Europe.
Zoom in and click on the towns/cities below to get the full overview!
“As always”, advises Augustin, “my focus is on free floating bikes, e-scooters and mopeds – station based setups are on top”. His key observations:
✅ Expansion focus on long-tail (population of 200k +/-) cities in Germany, France – lower competition, easier public policy, higher revenue per vehicle building the narrative for providers;
✅ UK markets are interesting for e-scooter operators, as operations often are linked to exclusive licenses;
✅ We see a revival of cities like Vienna, Madrid or Krakow with Bird, TIER Mobility, Spin (Ford Mobility), LINK and others returning/starting.
If any providers are missing, feel free to contact Augustin via LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/friedel
Further insights into micro mobility deployments, fleet size/potential, operator population per market, usage patterns, user demographics, COVID impact and more can be found in the 2021 Shared Micro Mobility Report
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