On 01 January 2023, Micro-Mobility for Europe welcomed two new members joining the alliance: Hopp and Superpedestrian! Our growing membership shows that there is a need for operators to join forces on EU level with the goal of transforming urban mobility by creating a sustainable transport ecosystem together with cities.
With now eight members, namely Bird, Bolt, Dott, Hopp, Lime, Superpedestrian, Tier and Voi, MMfE continues to defend the interests of the micro-mobility industry with the goal of guiding Europe towards a global leadership position in the adoption of sustainable urban transport.
Eiríkur Rafn Rafnsson, Head of Government Partnerships at Hopp:
“We at Hopp are looking forward to a productive and fruitful cooperation within MMfE. The shared micro-mobility industry has seen astronomical growth since the first scooters were put on the streets a few years ago, making sustainable, urban transportation more accessible and flexible.
Hopp is operating in eight countries in Europe, focusing on smaller cities and towns. Micro-mobility is evolving very quickly while having a large impact on cities where it is being offered. In order for micromobility users, other commuters and the wider society to fully reap the benefits of shared micro-mobility, it is the duty of the industry to inform policy-makers and regulatory bodies of the latest research and insights gained from operating shared micromobility fleets. Hopp considers MMfE to be a powerful voice in that regard and we look forward to pulling our weight with the other leaders of micro-mobility in Europe.”
Haya Verwoord Douidri, VP EMEA at Superpedestrian:
“Superpedestrian looks forward to collaborating with MMfE members to establish the foundations of a sustainable micro-mobility ecosystem. This process and its outcomes are vital for the EU to meet its goals for our cities’ futures.”