Shared mobility is constantly evolving and understanding the ins and outs of what contributes to a successful shared mobility operation is critical. With more stakeholders getting involved in the shared mobility space, launching a shared mobility service in any city can be a challenge.

Fortunately, there are people you can…


Integrating shared micromobility into existing transport systems

Shared micromobility is already one of the cornerstones of decarbonizing urban transportation and it is becoming even more central in shifting private car ownership and usage towards less carbon-intense transportation. Undoubtedly, transit is the backbone of urban mobility accounting for a large portion of urban trips. The modal split for…


Shared vehicles have evolved over the years to include more than just cars — shared mopeds, scooters, and bikes are commonly found on streets in cities of all sizes. Gaining traction most recently has been the sharing of microcars. Unlike their full-sized counterparts, microcars typically weigh under 500 kg and…


Mexico is the third largest country in Latin America and home to a growing population of 127.6 million people. In 2018, the shared mobility sector produced $239 million USD in revenue. The vast differences across cities and regions in Mexico reflect the strong need for different transportation options throughout the…


Tourism is a strong economic contributor to cities of all shapes and sizes. During the pandemic, tourism was almost non-existent due to lockdowns and quarantines — even city life for locals was at a standstill. …


By definition, a multi-modal trip uses a combination of different modes from start to end. It is great for cities because it can encourage trips outside of a private vehicle without having to make major infrastructure changes. For consumers, being multi-modal means understanding different vehicle options are better suited for…


Besides bike sharing, carsharing (free floating and station-based) is one of the oldest forms of connected shared mobility, gaining traction since 2010. Since the first setups, we have seen more and more variations of shared vehicles on our streets, ranging from micromobility devices to autonomous shuttles.

Carsharing is still an…


India is the second most populated country in the world, and getting from A to B can be quite the journey along crowded streets. From rickshaws to public transportation to shared mobility services, there are numerous transportation options, but there are still gaps to fill.

We interview Bharath Devanathan for…


Bike sharing is as established as it gets in shared mobility. It has been around for a long time with growing and proven success. Today, more than 10 million shared bikes are rolling across many regions around the world. To get an overview, check out the Meddin Bike-sharing World Map


Light electric vehicles (LEVs), from scooters to bikes to mopeds, are growing in popularity in cities worldwide. …

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