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⬆️ Strong ridership in Q3
Fleets are down 2%, but ridership grew slightly. Utilization holds strong for all modes. Aside from station-based bikes, mopeds have the strongest TVD, despite trips falling by 28%.
For more on how each mode performed, see pages 7-10 in our Q3 2023 European Index.
🛴 Yango-Wind ceases operations in Israel
In October 2021, Russian tech giant Yandex (who were already running Yango since 2018) acquired Wind’s Israeli operations. Amid high theft and rising maintenance costs, the company plans remove its fleet of scooters by January 2024.
Many scooters have taken to the West Bank and ‘jailbroken’ - making it very difficult to recover and repair vehicles - costing the company millions.
This exit comes after TIER removed its fleet from Tel-Aviv in June. Dott, Lime and Bird remain, for the time being.
INDUSTRY NEWS 🗞️
Lime joins Green Deal Urban Logistics Initiative in Brussels.
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