Leading European operators are joining forces to raise sustainability standards across the e-scooter sector. The ten environmental and social commitments include never demolishing an e-scooter, fully running operations on green energy by end of 2020 and not relying on gig workers. Dott, TIER and Voi are calling on all other providers to meet the commitments
Users from now on can purchase HSL tickets through the TIER app and receive a benefit of free unlocks or free minutes to TIER services The pilot project with HSL is a novelty for TIER as it’s the very first time the service of a public transport provider can be purchased through TIER’s app Another
Berlin/London, 29 June 2020 – TIER Mobility, the leading European provider of micro-mobility solutions, has hired two senior figures in the ride-sharing and e-mobility sector as it gears up for its UK launch – Fred Jones as General Manager U.K., and Benjamin Bell as Head of Public Policy for Northern Europe. Both Jones and Bell join
Berlin, May 20, 2020 – TIER Mobility, the leading European provider of micro-mobility solutions, is the first e-scooter company worldwide to launch an integrated helmet solution. The inhouse developed smartbox, with a foldable helmet is launching today in Paris and Berlin, with a plan for more than 5000 e-scooters to be rolled out across the
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