€2.3bn revenue, 600 million trips, and one report to rule them all 📈

Plus, Amsterdam courts heat up, GreenMobility exits Belgium and Ryde posts...

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👇 The entire shared mobility market - analysed.

Fluctuo’s most extensive report yet has been published - here’s what’s inside:

🇪🇺 Europe vs North America - our very own Ryder Cup

🚲📈 Why dockless bikes can’t stop growing 

💶 600 million trips were made across all modes, generating €2.3bn in end user revenue.

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📜 Amsterdam’s tender decisions head to court

Back in February, we saw Amsterdam’s controversial end to the tenders of Cargoroo and felyx. Now, just over a month later, Cargoroo has already had their first trip to court.

Cargoroo echoed felyx’s previous claims, stating that they would quickly run into financial issues as a result of the decision. Despite this, the city has stayed firm in their position, insisting that it is not a privilege that, just because you have already done it, you will always keep the permit”. 

Felyx’s exact court dates are yet to be confirmed, and Cargoroo’s hearing was only a preliminary injunction; nevertheless, the city is adamant that its new operators, GO Sharing and BAQME, will not be affected by the court proceedings and will start on time in June.

Don’t forget to come see us at Autonomy this Wednesday & Thursday, where we will reveal all the latest numbers from our European Shared Mobility Annual Review 2023.

Meet us at booth S16 🎉


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Expansion in Barcelona metropole into Sant Adrià de Besòs (ES)

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Upcoming launch in Imperia (IT)

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Expansion of fleet in Mechelen (BE)

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Amstelveen (NL) | Municipality has no plans to renew moped contracts with Felyx and Check in 2026.

Amsterdam (NL) | City seeking agreements with European Commission to limit e-bike speeds.

Barcelona (ES) | Bike and moped sharing slows down as more than half of the original service providers no longer operate in the city.

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Donkey Republic reports revenue of DKK 115.2m in 2023.

Dott signs insurance deal with Datafolio, following on from RideMovi and Bit Mobility.

Forest partners with The Great Reserve, launching re-designed bikes.

FlickBike wins dispute against Amsterdam, receiving over €20k.

Gaiyo integrates GO Sharing bikes and mopeds into their shared mobility app.

goUrban secures €3m in funding from existing investors.

MaaS Global, creator of travel app Whim, files for bankruptcy.

RideMovi’s case to sue Paris has been dismissed by court.

Ryde posts 21% EBIT margin along with €28m revenue in 2023.

Ubiq rebrands to Necture after over €2.5m raised in Series A round.

Voi announces $25m raised in oversubscribed financing round.


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