Paris prepares for Olympics frenzy 🇫🇷

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🇫🇷 Paris prepares for Olympic frenzy

With the 2024 Olympic Games being held in Paris, the city is currently preparing itself for over 15 million visitors; Velib’, Paris’ bike-sharing scheme operated by Smovengo, is also getting battle-ready by adding 3,000 new bikes to the existing fleet.

On top of this, 10 pop-up stations with 3,600 docks will be installed around the Olympic venues, in order to ensure ease of parking for the service’s users. These new additions have increased Velib’s fleet to 20,000 vehicles.

With the addition of Lime, Dott, and TIER’s private schemes, Paris now has around 40,000 shared bikes on its streets.

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 🛴 Scooters lead the way in fleet size but vehicle growth is stagnating in both regions.

🚲 Dockless bikes fleets are up 50% in Europe but are lagging behind across the pond.


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Auch (FR) | Electric bike service postponed until 2025.

Castellón (ES) | 27 parking spaces for scooters installed in the city.

Milan (IT) | Bike sharing booms while scooters lag behind.

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AMBici exceeds 1.8 million trips in its first year.

Bolt and Oliver Wyman publish report predicting growth of shared mobility market in Spain over the next 4 years.

Cityscoot mopeds left abandoned on the streets of Paris.

Fifteen aims to enter up to 15 Spanish cities by end of 2025.

Multiscope release report showing number of LEV users stagnating in the Netherlands.

NAVEE announces partnership with Drover AI and KNOT.

Ryde avoids fine after court proceedings in Gävle.

TIER and Dott finalise merger, first announced in January 2024.

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