Tackling climate change is a budget priority, but will we see the major investment in cycling infrastructure and public transport that is one obvious solution?
Is it affordable? Is it safe? Here are some key things to consider if you’re considering buying one of these vehicle, or using them in a share scheme.
A group of powerful countries have agreed ‘green corridors’ for emissions-free shipping by 2025, but that’s not even half the battle.
Electric bikes allow riders to go much further and faster in the countryside – and this has led to a lot of concern from mountain bikers.
Electric scooter rides soared from zero to 88 million a year between 2017 and 2019. But launching e-scooters in cities without safe infrastructure or clear rules of the road can be deadly.
Active travel can help tackle the climate crisis earlier than electric vehicles – even if you swap the car for a bike for just one trip a day.
The need for social distancing sparked a cycling boom, cutting air pollution and boosting city dwellers’ mental and physical health. But when the pandemic ends, will it be back to life as usual?
And the winner is … e-bikes? A new entrant is set to overtake Brisbane’s CityCycle scheme in the race for the shared mobility market.
E-scooters and e-bikes are coming to Britain’s streets, but it may be a bumpy ride.
Over US$33 billion was invested in mobility tech last year in response to claims it will transform our lives. Based on what we have seen so far, which of these promised solutions will be delivered?
The Trump administration has moved to allow electric bikes on all federally owned trails where normal bikes are allowed. A public lands scholar weighs in on the issues this could cause.