Families, small businesses, and individuals who need to transport heavy loads are broadly neglected by existing micro-mobility solutions. By enabling rental by the hour, Cargoroo allows them to enjoy the benefits of e-cargo bike travel, which include carbon efficiency, exercise, and convenience.
London is overflowing with two- and four-wheeled shared transport options – from Uber to Bolt to Lime – all of which respond to a desire to get around in an efficient, inexpensive, and eco-conscious ways. But when and why do people choose to hop on a bike or hail a cab rather than take the Tube?
Uber is stepping up its micro-mobility game by launching e-scooters across São Paulo. In such a congested and polluted city, people are seeking eco-friendly and time-saving options. But with rival e-scooter brands struggling to find lasting success, nailing convenience and accessibility is key.
As cities across America become more congested, people are facing increasingly time-consuming trips to and from work. Bird, an electric scooter sharing start-up, is aiming to solve the ‘last mile’ problem of public transport to encourage people to leave their cars at home and avoid the gridlock.
Commuting to work is often seen as a necessary evil. But what issues do people face getting to the office and what makes getting to the daily grind more bearable? Canvas8 polled 3,370 Britons and spoke to eight people about the frustrations they face on their commute and how they try to get around them.