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100+ e-scooter parking racks will help to solve clutter in Stockholm

TIER Mobility has invested in more than 100 parking racks for e-scooters across the Swedish capital, in a joint initiative with fellow e-scooter operator Voi Technology. The peers are investing in creating more space for shared, sustainable micro-mobility in collaboration with the City of Stockholm.

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Trialling the Future of Safety, Together - the Ubuntu Way

The winds of change are blowing through urban mobility. In a post-Covid world, we see a rising preference amongst individuals to take independent modes of transport such as walking, cycling or riding e-scooters. However, with this positive shift in urban mobility comes a series of safety-related questions for policymakers and mobility providers to grapple with.

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TIER talks MaaS - What is hindering the adoption of MaaS?

On our mission to create a better-connected tomorrow and change the mobility sector by connecting our sustainable micro-mobility offerings into MaaS solutions, we recently kicked off our brand new ‘TIER talks MaaS’ series. As the most integrated micro mobility operator with more than 30 integrations throughout Europe, we want to share our experience with Cities, Public Transport Operators and other Mobility Providers to enable progress in the mobility sector and truly change mobility for good. While our first article shed light on the ideal stakeholder setup for MaaS projects, this edition will focus on the current scalability limitations of MaaS.

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Drinking and riding don’t mix

You’ve had a few drinks after work, or maybe you’ve had a great night out with your friends and now it’s time to head home. Jumping on a TIER e-scooter would normally be the quickest, easiest option to get you on your way – but only if you’re sober. Drinking and riding don’t mix. Full stop. Driving under the influence just isn’t smart. It can lead to accidents and injuries, not only for the rider but also for other road users and pedestrians.

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Durch Vandalismus mutwillig in Gewässer geworfene e-Scooter sind nicht nur ein großes Ärgernis für Betreiber, sondern gefährden potentiell auch die Umwelt, unser Trinkwasser und Schifffahrtswege. Wir setzen uns daher präventiv dafür ein, solche Vorkommnisse zu unterbinden.