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Tag Archives: electric scooters
EU research on better public transport
A new research project will study how public transport can become more resilient, inclusive, and integrated. Four countries will do case studies with different focus. In Sweden the researchers will study how micromobility solutions can be used with public transport in an inclusive way. Across...
Posted in Passenger Transport, Policy and Planning Tagged e-scooters, electric scooters, micromobility, public transport Comments Off on EU research on better public transport
The rapid increase of E-scooters translates into more accidents
E-scooters have shown to be a new popular mode of transport. VSO Consulting for the Icelandic Road and Coastal Administration's research fund has investigated different aspects of e-scooters such as use and accident risk. In recent years, e-scooters have been making their way as a new active...
Posted in Safety, Vehicles Tagged accident risk, e-scooters, electric scooters Comments Off on The rapid increase of E-scooters translates into more accidents
E-scooters are making their way into the accident statistics
In Sweden the number of accidents involving e-scooters has increased from a few in 2017 to almost 500 in 2019 (January - October). This was also when electric scooters really made their entrance into Sweden's largest cities. Since electric scooters, or e-scooters, are a fairly new phenomenon in...
Posted in Cycling, Safety Tagged accident rate, e-scooters, electric scooters, electric two-wheelers, injuries, statistics Comments Off on E-scooters are making their way into the accident statistics