Lime hosted a special First Ride class in December to help D.C.’s bar and restaurant workers learn how to scoot safely late at night.
Lime paired up with Lisbon artist Rui Alexandre Ferreira (RAF) to give damaged scooters a second life and send an important message about micromobility.
Lime Hero is making its European debut in Paris, allowing scooter riders to round up and donate to local environmental nonprofit RESPIRE.
Lime offered free rides in support of the COY15 youth summit just ahead of this week's global COP25 climate change conference in Madrid.
Micromobility has the potential to dramatically improve urban living, but only if it works for the benefit of everyone.
Lime is encouraging riders to give back to the community this Thanksgiving season by matching all donations made through the Lime Hero program.
Together with Lime and Surfrider Foundation, hundreds of volunteers showed up to clean more than 150lbs/68kg of garbage from Ocean Beach in San Diego.
Transportation in LA has evolved around automobile ownership more than it has around meaningful connection. But it doesn’t need to stay that way.
Lime and local Washington, DC artist Chelsea Ritter-Soronen turned an unused lot into a free 3D scooter parking corral during #Scoot2theSeries.