E-scooters should be legal in the UK, says Transport Committee

Under the committee’s recommendations, e-scooter users would – like cyclists – be expected to use cycle lanes or the side of the road to avoid inconveniencing pedestrians and would not be required to hold any form of license


Bird to launch Paris hub and create 1,000 jobs

Electric scooter startup Bird has showed its commitment to the French market in a big way with the announcement of plans to open its biggest European office in Paris. The


Bird has laid off five per cent of its employees

E-scooter ride-sharing platform Bird has terminated four to five per cent of its employees, according to a report from The Information. The layoffs effected around 40 U.S-based employees out of


More people can now operate their own fleet of e-scooters

E-scooter supplier Bird is bringing its Bird Platform program to New Zealand, Canada, and Latin America, enabling local independent operators to buy and manage their own fleet of electronic vehicles.

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