Micromobility Fact Sheet

Source: FWHA

Micromobility has rapidly proliferated in cities nationwide, proving to be a popular transportation option for many users. Micromobility devices may be individually owned; however, the recent surge of devices in cities is due primarily to the deployment of shared fleets by private companies. Shared micromobility systems are deployed in targeted service areas with the usage intended for short trips such as “firstand last-mile” connections to complete trips made via other modes including transit. Shared fleets provide users with on-demand access to devices. These fleets are most commonly parked in the public right-of-way, either grouped at a dock or as “dockless” devices. Users typically unlock the devices using a smartphone application.

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