The market of shared mobility is rapidly changing, constantly bringing new services and innovations with it. At the same time, existing shared mobility services can still seem like a labyrinth of uncertainties for cities. This rings true for the field of bike-sharing. What are the different forms of bike-sharing and does their impact differ? What is the benefit of shared bikes for a city and its citizens? What are suitable operation scenarios?
During this webinar, SHARE-North Partner CoMoUK and bike-sharing expert Antonia Roberts will provide an overview, answer some of the questions above and highlight opportunities to address challenges faced by a city through bike-sharing – both from a transport planning, administrative as well as social inclusion perspective. Maurice van der Meche from the Dutch mobility consultancy Advier (NL) as well as bike-sharing operator will offer insights from a provider perspective. . He will also address the opportunities for shared bikes in several industries to solve accessibility issues or to increase revenues from tourists.
I will be providing an “Introduction to bike share models and what we have learned in the UK” – Antonia Roberts, CoMoUK
I will give some insights into ““Bike sharing models and opportunities to solve accessibility issues” – Maurice van der Meche, Advier (NL)
The webinar will be moderated by Rebecca Karbaumer, City of Bremen (DE).
The webinar is free of charge. All presentations will be made available on the SHARE-North website after June 28th.