How micro-mobility solutions can help cover short distances
Implementations of micro-mobility solutions started becoming popular around 2010 as a way to bridge the 'last mile' connectivity gap, especially for commuters
The industry has since grown to offer app-based vehicle-sharing options in urban areas
Micromobility refers to modes of transport that are very lightweight. This includes vehicles like electric scooters, bicycles and electric pedal-assisted bicycles. These vehicles can typically run at speeds of up to 50km per hour. The primary condition for a vehicle category being classified as micro-mobility is for the gross vehicle weight to be less than 500kg.