• How to Win a Mobility Tender: Insights from the Paris Scooter Operators

    By Rebecca Sands, Content & Project Manager at Autonomy & the Urban Mobility Company Winning what some called the “world’s biggest e-scooter tender,” the electric scooter players Lime, Dott, and Tier were selected on July 23, 2020 as the three operators authorized to remain in the city of Paris for the next two years. In […]

  • Current Developments and Future Trends: Free Floating Car Sharing Report

    By Augustin Friedel, Shared and Intermodal Mobility Expert 2020 is projected to be a major year for free-floating car sharing in Europe in terms of growth, expansion and profitability, which is why it’s more important than ever to understand this promising mobility industry. This groundbreaking report provides an in-depth exploration of the current state of […]

  • Urban Mobility Breakfasts: Quel modèle de développement pour le free-floating ?

    By the Autonomy Team Autonomy organise en partenariat avec Uber une série de Urban Mobility Breakfasts, petit-déjeuners débats sur des thèmes liés à la mobilité urbaine. Pour notre troisième édition, nous avons choisi de nous concentrer sur les services de mobilités en free-floating.  Nous sommes heureux de vous présenter un résumé des débats du UMBreakfast du 4 […]

  • A Day at the Heart of the Micromobility Revolution: Key Takeaways From the Micromobility Conference

    By Alexandre Gauquelin, shared-micromobility blogger and consultant The Micromobility Conference, a unique gathering of international micromobility actors, was held on January 31st in Richmond, California. I decided to travel from Paris to California to check it out and to better understand the trends and challenges of the US micromobility market, through both the conference and  interviews of […]

  • The FINAL Word on Free-floating Electric Scooters (For Now)

    By Ross Douglas, Founder & CEO, Autonomy Late Autumn saw Paris flooded with free-floating scooters. Should they stay or go? Before I answer that let me clear up the confusion around the word ‘scooter’. To Europeans a scooter is a small urban motorbike, like a Vespa. Americans call that a moped or Vespa and reserve […]