A bright post-COVID future lies ahead for micromobility

A desire for greener living and continuing concerns over COVID has pushed more shared mobility users towards micromobility. By Jack Hunsley

COVID-19 has accelerated plenty of future mobility trends from connectivity to hydrogen trucking. Most investments have been driven by a desire to keep on top of highly technical innovations, many of which, such as autonomy, remain out of reach of today’s automotive industry. However, a more ‘straightforward’ sector has also seen a huge uptick: micromobility.

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