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Bringing together providers of shared micro-mobility

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About Micro-Mobility for Europe

Micro-Mobility for Europe is a coalition of shared
micro-mobility providers such as short-term rental of electric scooters. Our members want to ultimately transform urban mobility by creating a sustainable transport ecosystem together with the cities in which we operate.

We believe that micro-mobility solutions are essential alternatives to car ownership and use and in placing people and the environment at the heart of mobility.

Urban mobility needs are rapidly changing. For Europe to meet its ambitious emissions targets, more will need to be done at a sustained pace. By offering people access to smaller, easy-to-use, and more sustainable modes of transport, we help tackle issues like congestion and vehicle-related emissions associated with urban travel.

The data we generate helps cities to better understand the local traffic flows, the use of public infrastructure and space as well as mobility needs. This allows local authorities to effectively regulate and plan for traffic flows, necessary infrastructure changes, and future development of mobility services.

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As an industry, we firmly believe that the promotion of these innovative and sustainable modes of transport should not come at the expense of safety, public orderliness or the elimination of waste.

We are committed to working with policy-makers at the local, national and European levels to ensure that the benefits of micro-mobility are fully realised. Micro-Mobility for Europe has the following members: Bird, Bolt, Dott, Lime, TIER, and Voi.

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Injuries of micro-mobility users continue to drop dramatically, MMfE released micro-mobility accident data shows

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MMfE statement on the Signature of the European Declaration on Cycling

April 2024    Micro-Mobility for Europe welcomes today’s signature of the European Declaration on Cycling. EU Member States, the European Commission and the European Parliament are joining forces and are
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