Developing a sustainable e-scooter program

Initiatives among many of the world’s cities to reduce car use – the main factor in greenhouse gas emissions – have led to the emergence of soft mobilities, or micromobilities. This includes free-floating, or dockless, e-scooters. The rapid deployment of e-scooters has created numerous challenges, including road safety risks and cluttering of public spaces. Adding to these challenges, COVID-19 drastically changed public transit and commuting.

This paper explains how cities and transit agencies can look at alternative modes of transit to help accelerate their pandemic recovery, and how to create frameworks for sustainable, low-carbon micromobility programs.


Yuan Shi

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