The market of shared mobility is rapidly changing, constantly bringing new services and innovations with it. E-Scooter sharing is a service that seems to have taken the market by storm and cities worldwide are reacting differently to this new shared mode. Questions being asked are: What are the potential benefits of e-scooter sharing? What are the downsides? Is there a positive impact on sustainable mobility behaviour? How can cities go about regulating new providers or integrating the services into local transport strategies?
During this webinar, shared mobility policy expert Antonia Roberts (CoMoUK) will answer these questions and more by highlighting research done and experiences made by cities worldwide regarding shared e-scooters. Tim Asperges from the City of Leuven (Belgium) will present the City’s approach to welcoming shared bicycles and e-scooters, how they fit in the complete package of urban mobility offers and the quality standards and “rules of the game” that apply to these providers.