03 May, 2021 – Amid the global pandemic, TIER just reached another important milestone, launching its hundredth city: Kraków in Poland. In recent years, shared electric scooters and other micro-mobility modes have won a place in urban transport and become an increasingly important part of local transit, with TIER at the forefront of the sustainable transport revolution.
29 April, 2021 – Stakeholders from disability and accessibility sectors have joined with TIER, Europe’s largest e-scooter operator, to launch an Ireland Safety Board to raise safety standards in the Irish e-scooter market ahead of the Government’s plans to legalise the vehicles.
Dublin, 15 April, 2021 – A new AI-powered e-scooter research pilot project is to launch in Dublin City University (DCU), in parallel with moves to make scooters street legal across Ireland. The shared scooter pilot scheme, which will operate on DCU campuses (and between campuses once legislation allows), aims to set the bar for e-scooter safety standards in Ireland and worldwide.
Berlin/Budapest, April 08, 2021 – TIER, the European micro-mobility leader, continues to invest in and develop its footprint in Central and Eastern Europe. The company will use the acquisition of the Hungarian firm Makery, who have already built a world-class reputation in software development, to create a tech hub in Budapest.
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