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    Buenos Aires: A City With More Women Cycling

    By Juanjo Mendez, Secretary of Transportation and Public Works, Government of the City of Buenos Aires The pandemic has given us the chance to rethink which type of city we would like to live in. The restrictions imposed by the virus have challenged us and forced us to rethink mobility schemes which were previously unthinkable. […]

  • The Business of Mobility: Fixing a Tire-sized Gap in the Market

    By Mark Peterman, Founder, Air Fom  The Business of Mobility is a new Urban Mobility Company series highlighting some of the most successful new businesses in the mobility sector. Featuring a closer look at the way in which companies stand out, CEOs, Directors and other c-level executives elaborate on what it takes to turn a […]

  • The Rise, Fall and Resurrection of Mobike in Europe

    By Alexandre Gauquelin, Founder, Shared Micromobility and Julien Chamussy, Co-Founder & Vice President of Marketing, fluctuo Mobike and ofo, the Chinese dockless bike-sharing pioneers, became a global phenomenon in 2017 when tens of thousands of red & yellow bikes were deployed in the streets of Western cities. This first major international expansion of Chinese Mobility […]

  • Intelligent Mobility

    By Peter Biczok, Mobilock Smart innovation is leading the transition of urban mobility, but is it intelligent enough to improve social and economic conditions? Bike-sharing is! There is a lot of hype around smart cities, and particularly, mobility these days. However, the technical-engineering leadership of post-war mobility development should be a warning sign not to […]

  • Bike-sharing on steroids

    Autonomy’s offices are in Paris, and while the French capital is home to many important and disruptive transport companies, it has clearly got progress to make in the bike-sharing business.