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Including the use of shared e-scooters and e-bikes – paves the way for the future of accessible and convenient personalized transportation.

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Major Benefits

Micromobility provides additional transportation options to commuters in neighborhoods throughout the country, helping to bring them closer to their ultimate destinations.

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Easing Congestion

Micromobility relieves congestion by replacing car trips and alleviating traffic.

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Commuters finally have a convenient and safe mode of transportation that works on their schedules.

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The Environment

Micromobility helps produce a greener, more sustainable environment by taking more drivers off the roads.

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Scooters in Your Neighborhood

Shared e-scooters serve tens of millions of people in hundreds of cities around the world, providing safe, sustainable, and low-cost “last-mile” transportation. Micromobility is transforming neighborhoods, providing commuters with more convenient, affordable, and safe transportation options than ever before.


January 23, 2020

The Micromobility Coalition Applauds Proposal in New York to Legalize E-Scooters, E-Bikes

WASHINGTON – Ryan McConaghy, executive director of the Micromobility Coalition, today issued the following statement regarding a provision in New York Governor Andrew Cuomo’s budget proposal to legalize e-scooters and e-bikes in the Empire State: “We commend Governor Cuomo for his leadership in expanding micromobility in New York. E-bikes and e-scooters help take cars off


January 16, 2020

Opinion: Ryan McConaghy: Boulder residents favor e-scooters. Officials should listen.

Boulder lost its opportunity for safer roads and more convenient transportation when city staff recommended against an e-scooter pilot program last month. In a summary of their decision, staff cites concern from community stakeholders as one reason why the city will not bring e-scooters to town. But in staff’s own summary, the majority of community


January 16, 2020

New Report Shows E-Scooters Would Increase Job Access in Boston

WASHINGTON – The Micromobility Coalition today released a new report on the ability of e-scooters to increase job access for Bostonians, showing widespread availability of micromobility services would enable access to 696,000 jobs while simultaneously reducing reliance on cars and shortening commutes. “Boston residents are no strangers to bad traffic and lengthy commutes,” said Ryan


January 8, 2020

Micromobility Industry Responds to UCSF Study on E-Scooter Injuries

WASHINGTON – Ryan McConaghy, Executive Director of The Micromobility Coalition, issued the following statement on the University of California San Francisco’s (UCSF) study on e-scooter injuries: “It is critically important that safety discussions about e-scooters be based on sound, empirical data, not anecdotes. UCSF’s work is an appreciated addition to the information available. “It is


December 27, 2019

The Micromobility Coalition Responds to New York Governor Cuomo’s Veto of E-Scooter Legislation

WASHINGTON – Ryan McConaghy, Executive Director of The Micromobility Coalition, issued the following statement in response to Governor Andrew Cuomo’s veto of a bill that would have authorized the use of e-scooters and e-bikes throughout the state of New York: “It is disappointing that Governor Cuomo’s veto will delay New Yorkers from having access to


October 30, 2019

Micromobility and Job Access in Seattle

WASHINGTON — The Micromobility Coalition today released a new infographic highlighting a recent report showing that widespread availability of micromobility services in Seattle would allow commuters to access tens of thousands of additional jobs without using a car. The infographic also includes quotes from local and state officials who champion access to micromobility transit options.


October 23, 2019

Advancing Micromobility is Essential to Build a ‘Clean Economy’

The Micromobility Coalition Encouraged by Congressional Hearing on Decarbonizing America’s Transportation Sector WASHINGTON – The Executive Director of The Micromobility Coalition (TMC), Ryan McConaghy, today commended members of the House Subcommittee on Environment and Climate Change for holding a hearing to examine the challenges and opportunities associated with decarbonizing the U.S. transportation sector. “The transportation


October 15, 2019

“Micromobility Champion” Awards Presented to Chicago City Aldermen

WASHINGTON – The Micromobility Coalition today named 15 Chicago Aldermen as Micromobility Champions for their role in helping launch the successful e-scooter pilot program, which concluded today after four months: Alderman Roderick Sawyer (6th Ward) Alderman Michelle Harris (8th Ward) Alderwoman Susan Sadlowski Garza (10th Ward) Alderman Stephanie D. Coleman (16th Ward) Alderman Matthew O’Shea

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