Riders in Santiago de Chile are using electric scooters to replace car trips and connect to public transit in numbers that rival Paris and Los Angeles.
According to more than 18,000 riders worldwide, 1 in 4 trips made on Lime electric scooters and bikes also replaces a trip by car.
Surging commuter, transit access numbers in Oakland may reveal why tens of thousands of San Franciscans are searching for scooters that don’t (yet) exist.
Lime has teamed up with two other European e-scooter operators to promote micromobility safety, responsibility and sustainability in the Nordics.
According to a new city-wide survey, despite impressive modeshift numbers there’s one major factor keeping Minneapolis riders off of electric scooters.
Using trip data and community feedback, Lime is finding creative ways to address the issues that matter most to scooter riders in the Romanian capital.
Electric scooters in Chicago are proving to be so popular that demand for micromobility is far exceeding the city's limited supply.
A new Deloitte report shows that Polish citizens are rapidly embracing micromobility just as Lime celebrates its 1,000,000th ride in Warsaw.
In-depth survey data all point to the same conclusion: a wide swath of San Diego residents use e-scooters for many reasons, resulting in fewer car trips.