Voi takes the South by storm 🌩

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🌩 Voi takes the South by storm

The Solent Transport Region encompasses 3 major areas of Southern England; The Isle of Wight, Southampton and Portsmouth.

Beryl has operated a scooter fleet on the Isle of Wight for 4 years, and operated a bike scheme in the Isle, Southampton and Portsmouth for 2 years, reaching up to 515 bikes. Voi has also run scooter fleets in both Southampton and Portsmouth.

However, a recent re-tendering of the region was conducted to limit bike and scooter sharing to one operator - Voi was chosen.

Today, Voi starts its takeover of the South, with the first bikes and scooters arriving on the Isle. Soon its bikes should arrive in Portsmouth and Southampton too. All Beryl parking bays have been transferred to Voi, and all Beryl vehicles are expected to have been withdrawn by the end of the week.


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