E-scooters: the challenges and opportunities of a new mobility mode
In this free-to-attend webinar – which was hosted by CiTTi Magazine on Tuesday 08 December 2020 – Wind Mobility and Nottingham City Council discussed their UK trial scheme experience so far. The session examined the challenges and opportunities of this new mobility mode, and considered the potential long-term impact of e-scooter legalisation on urban transport both locally and nationally.
By viewing this webinar you will learn:
How modern technology can mitigate risks and increase safety
Key learnings from the Nottingham trial so far
Whether e-scooters will become a permanent implementation
John joined Akabo Media in August 2019 and has worked in B2B publishing for seven years, editing engineering technology titles serving the automotive, marine and sports and entertainment venue sectors. Currently editor of City Transport & Traffic Innovation and Robotics & Innovation magazines, John co-ordinates the day-the-day operations of both titles, using independent editorial content as a platform to bring buyers and sellers together via print and online. In addition to the magazines, John also serves as a chair for the annual Road User Charging Conference in Brussels and can be found sniffing out breaking news stories throughout the halls of Akabo Media’s industry-leading exhibitions.
Principal transport planner, Nottingham City Council
Rasita has worked in transport strategy for many years, helping to develop Nottingham’s local transport plan and delivering sustainable transport improvements. Currently the lead for Nottingham’s e-scooter trials, Rasita heads-up the city’s ambitious £16.7m Future Transport Zone programme, delivering a number of projects designed to make Nottingham a leading electric vehicle city. These include installing rapid chargers, converting the council’s vehicle fleet, supporting businesses to reduce their emissions, and encouraging clean taxis.
co-founder and CEO, Wind Mobility
A seasoned entrepreneur, Eric has experience in the creation and management of startups on the international scene. Previously, he was a senior executive at Zenjoy, a leading internet gaming company. He began his career in Mergers & Acquisitions at Merrill Lynch in New York after obtaining his Bachelor at Columbia University. He wrote his master thesis on the potential of vehicle sharing in promoting sustainable local transportation development and then co-founded one of the first carpooling startups in Asia in 2011. In 2017, he co-founded Byke, the first dockless bike-sharing start-up in Europe that later became Wind Mobility.