LinkedIn’s Top 50 US Startups list is out, and Lime has been ranked the best e-scooter company to work for in 2019.
Lime e-scooters are riding onto the Deutsche Telekom campus in Bonn, Germany as part of a partnership between two industry leaders.
Thanks to the new Smart EAST project, Fukuoka, the country's fastest growing city, is set to host the first Lime electric scooter ride in Japan.
Prague, Warsaw and Stockholm are among the first wave of European markets to gain access to Lime electric scooters directly from within the Uber app.
A new report shows business travelers in North America are using electric scooters in increasing numbers, and more than 57% of them are choosing Lime.
The offer, which includes 50% off all Lime e-scooter and e-bike rides, is available in 11 countries throughout Europe including Germany and France.
As technology enables new and more efficient modes of transportation, the safety of riders and the general public must continue to take top priority.
It’s been a big week for e-scooters on the Scandanavian Peninsula, with Lime launches in Norway and Finland and major milestones in Sweden and Denmark.
After successful launches in Colombia and Uruguay this spring, Lime plans to significantly grow micromobility access in Latin America starting in July.