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19 stories about Micro-Mobility
One app to rule them all: Israel wants to combine all the ridesharing operators on one platform
From car-sharing to electric scooters and bikes, Transport Ministry calls on all mobility providers to share their data
Israeli VC announces first investment in UAE micro-mobility company Fenix
Maniv Mobility invested $3.8 million in the Emirati company’s seed round to launch scooter operations in Abu Dhabi and beyond
Selina partners with Israeli scooter-sharing company LEO Ride
Instead of competing with Lime and Bird, LEO chose to pivot to a B2B business model
Private micro-mobility companies might finally give cities the innovation they need
CTech spoke with the CEO of Bird Israel on how private companies can help public sectors - to the benefit of millions
Insights: Two years on, Bird reveals scope of Israel’s love affair with electric scooters
Company’s numbers find hundreds of thousands of Israelis are primarily using micro-mobility to bypass rush hour traffic jams
Bird offers free scooter sharing to help Tel Aviv medics reach the scene in seconds
United Hatzalah personnel will be able to respond faster to emergencies using Bird’s network of electric micro-mobility vehicles
Coronavirus Threatens Shared E-Scooter Companies
Self-quarantine and lockdowns have reduced use of shared e-scooters. Bird let hundreds of employees go while Lime is looking to raise funding at a valuation of only $400 million. Will e-scooters vanish from our streets as quickly as they arrived?
Mobileye, General Motors, BMW to Hunt for Talent at Tel Aviv Job Fair
Ahead of the fair set to take place Friday, Israeli non-profit organization EcoMotion collected data on Israel’s smart mobility workforce
Over 10% of Israelis Make Weekly Use of Bikes and E-Scooters, Report Says
Udi Etsion and Adi Pick
Nearly 7.5% of Israelis use micro-mobility options every day, according to a global public transport report released Wednesday by Israel-based public transportation app Moovit
The Uber Case: Why Micro-Mobility Companies Need a Better Business Plan
Last week, shared e-scooter company Lime announced a significant downsizing of its operation and a new focus on profitability, marking the way for its rivals to what?
Scooter-Sharing Services Bird and Lime Come to Jerusalem
Udi Etsion and Adi Pick
A new pilot program will see several dozens of shared scooters stationed around the city's Har Hotzvim High-Tech Park
Shared E-Scooter Users Risk not Just Injury but Also Their Privacy
Regulators around the world who attempt to limit the shared micro-mobility industry have accidents in mind, but what they should really be keeping their eyes on is how companies use and safeguard the private user data they collect
New Regulations Restricting Micro-Mobility Companies Come Into Force in Tel Aviv
The main restrictions imposed by the new regulations refer to where and how shared-bikes and e-scooters are allowed to be parked, placing full responsibility on the operating company and not on users
Ahead of New Regulation, Scooter-Sharing Service LEO Shuts Down Tel Aviv Operation
LEO intends to continue operating in other Israeli cities and to resume its Tel Aviv service at a later date
Bird to Start Carding Israeli E-Scooter Users
Tomer Hadar and Tofi Stoler
The Los Angeles-headquartered electric scooter-sharing company intends to require a scan of users’ ID cards or driver’s licenses as proof of age
A New Bump in the Road for Tel Aviv’s E-Scooter Users: DUI Charges
In Tel Aviv, considered the country’s main micro-mobility hub, the police recently started screening electric bike and e-scooter users for alcohol levels
Scooter-Sharing Companies Don’t Make Money, They Grow
One thing remains unclear when it comes to micro-mobility services—with their relatively high expenses and low revenues, can they one day become profitable?
9,000 Tickets Issued to E-Scooter and E-Bike Users in Tel Aviv in 2019
The city stated it was working to change the current situation in which bike lanes are often a part of the sidewalk, and to receive more authority from the government to enforce existing laws
Must-Have Apps for the Overwhelmed Visitor to Tel Aviv
Ahead of the Eurovision festivities scheduled for this week, thousands of tourists are flooding the city's streets. Below is a list of apps that can make their visit a little more laid-back
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