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Micromobility

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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Convenience

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.
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August 19, 2019

The Micromobility Coalition Presents “Micromobility Champion” Awards to Nashville Council Members Davis, Pulley, and Vercher

WASHINGTON – The Micromobility Coalition today awarded Nashville City Council Members Anthony Davis, Russ Pulley, and Tanaka Vercher with the first-ever Micromobility Champion Awards. Davis, Pulley, and Vercher played important roles in passing a citywide e-scooter ordinance in Nashville last month. “Councilmembers Davis, Pulley, and Vercher are tireless advocates for their constituents, as well as

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August 6, 2019

Senate Transportation Bill Includes Federal Definition of E-Scooters Provision Championed by The Micromobility Coalition in Letter to Congress

WASHINGTON – Ryan McConaghy, Executive Director of The Micromobility Coalition, today applauded authors of the America’s Transportation Infrastructure Act for their inclusion of the first-ever federal definition for e-scooters, as well as for a proposed “Center of Excellence on New Mobility and Automated Vehicles,” which will be tasked with researching the impacts of new mobility

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July 16, 2019

Report: E-Scooters More Than Double Access to Job Opportunities in Nashville

Study Underscores Tremendous Value E-Scooters Provide Nashvillians as Metro Council Weighs Regulations WASHINGTON – The Micromobility Coalition today released a new study showing that widespread availability of electric scooters in Nashville is a game-changer for city residents hoping to expand their access to the job market. Specifically, the independent report from Conveyal found the number

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July 9, 2019

TMC Blog Post: Ensuring Accessibility for All

New communication and electric vehicle technologies have enabled more affordable, accessible, and sustainable ways to travel in cities, including shared e-bikes and e-scooters. While these small shared vehicles actually save public space by replacing larger vehicles owned by single users, their recent introduction into the urban landscape is still being studied to ensure these vehicles

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June 26, 2019

D.C. Congresswoman Calls for E-Scooters to Be Permitted on Capitol Grounds

WASHINGTON – Ryan McConaghy, Executive Director of The Micromobility Coalition (TMC), issued the following statement after Congresswoman Eleanor Holmes Norton (D-DC) sent a letter to the U.S. Capitol Police urging they allow e-scooters on Capitol Grounds: “The Micromobility Coalition commends Congresswoman Norton for taking the lead in advocating for thousands of D.C. residents and visitors

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June 26, 2019

The Micromobility Coalition Encouraged by Discussions on Federal Surface Transportation Policy

Group Advocates for Federal Investment in Micromobility Transit Infrastructure WASHINGTON – The Micromobility Coalition (TMC) issued the following statement regarding the House Committee Subcommittee on Highways and Transit’s roundtable discussion on “Examining the Role of Mobility on Demand in Surface Transportation Policy” as part of ongoing discussions related to reauthorization of the Fixing America’s Surface

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June 25, 2019

Responsible Riders Can Bring E-Scooters to Capitol Hill

Between long summer work days for Hill staffers and the large amount of tourists frequenting the area, e-scooters could be an additional mode of transportation on Capitol Hill that’s easy, eco-friendly, and affordable for commuters to use.

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June 21, 2019

The Micromobility Coalition Urges Nashville Leaders to Reconsider E-Scooter Decision

WASHINGTON – Ryan McConaghy, Executive Director of The Micromobility Coalition, issued the following statement after Nashville Mayor David Briley called for an end to the current e-scooter pilot program: “Mayor Briley’s reactionary decision unnecessarily threatens to take away what has fast become a core part of the city’s transportation network and the economic opportunities it

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