Micromobility is the future of urban transportation
Learn how to make micromobility work for citizens, cities, and service providers
Micromobility has the potential to better connect people with public transit, reduce reliance on private cars, and make the most of existing space, all while reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
Despite the rapid worldwide expansion of the micromobility sector, the Netherlands remains a largely unexplored terrain. Even though Dutch cities are famed for their bike-friendliness, e-scooters are largely absent here because of regulation.
A possible key to finding a sustainable and mutually beneficial way ahead for micromobility, could lie in the standardization and sharing of data. To do so, a collaboration that brings all stakeholders into the conversation appears to be the only way ahead.
With data sharing and a new government framework, providers and national and city officials can find mutually beneficial ways ahead. Do you want to know more about micromobility and the role you should play?
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