Sandra: Shared mobility is making safe, efficient, convenient, and affordable transportation more widely available, societally and globally. It uses resources vastly more efficiently, avoiding over-investment in vehicles and infrastructure. Shared mobility will maximize the value and minimize the pitfalls associated with electric, autonomous and other new transportation innovations.
Kerby: I’m excited that shared mobility brings zero emission mobility to people at an affordable price, that it helps people get comfortable with non-car modes and, most importantly, it’s fun!
Daniella: Shared mobility brings the possibility of increasing transportation options for marginalized communities. It’s not surprising that the same communities that have been redlined and suffer from skyrocketing asthma rates as a result of environmental burdens, are the same communities that lack access to useful, convenient, and safe transportation options.
Tony: The continued innovation in technology and business models is exciting. As product and technology in micromobility have become smarter, safer, and more reliable, we also see new business models pop up in the retail, sharing, and rental space. For example, our latest advancement in the robo-scooter T60 can dock and charge by itself – fascinating for the sharing space.