London, 02 November 2020 – TIER, the leading European micro-mobility operator, has committed to adding sound to its vehicles to alert blind and partially sighted people of their approach. The company has partnered with national charity Thomas Pocklington Trust (TPT) and will be using new research from the organisation to design the feature and roll
London, 10 September 2020 – TIER, the leading European micro-mobility operator, was selected by the City of York for a year-long e-scooter trial to run the game-changing technology on its streets. The first e-scooters will be deployed at the University of York in a few weeks, offering residents a new, green and Covid-safe mode of
Former Tesla President and Lyft COO Jon McNeill acts as Chief Strategy Advisor to support TIER on their path to build the world market leader for micro-mobility High-level experts Ela Osterberger, Eric Bowman and Patrick Kua complete the newly established Advisory Board The Advisory Board will act as consultants to management and employees with their
TIER’s new e-scooter model will be deployed along with a network of charging stations hosted by local businesses such as cafes and convenience store First-of-its kind technology enables users to exchange batteries to earn free rides – creating an even more sustainable operation TIER plans to equip its portfolio of shared vehicles across Europe with
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