As the last mile solution and to reduce congestion and pollution, E Rickshaws Dockless E scooter and E-Bikes and E volocopter and marine craft, will also play a Major role on our E Mobility.
Part of the hype surrounding the micro mobility space stems from the fact that roughly 60% of trips in the US/India are five miles or less.
Additionally, traditional bikes, as well as e-bikes and e-scooters, e-rickshaws, address a number of inefficiencies in the transportation ecosystem.
Most notably, they tackle the first- and last-mile problem, or the trips to and from public transportation hubs.
Solving this issue is critical, as fewer people are using public transportation even as cities are growing more populated.
Many attributes waning public transportation used to the convenience of ride-hailing and historically low gas prices, which makes driving a personal car more affordable.
Bikes and scooters, which allow people to quickly and easily move shorter distances, can help commuters access public transport hubs that are several miles away.
These personal vehicles can also replace short-distance car rides, which would help to reduce traffic levels and make overall urban transport more efficient.
In July, Uber reported that rides on Jump electric bikes, a shared e-bike platform acquired by Uber in April, have been cannibalizing Uber rides during periods of high congestion.
A confluence of maturing technologies, including mobile payments, IoT, and GPS technology helped make dockless systems possible.
When combined into a mobile app, these technologies allow users to locate, access and pay for vehicles without the need for fixed stations.
VISION = "Make cities designed around people, not cars and pollution free, congestion-free" that's the Vision.