In the “Mobile City Analysis” series, we have prepared another annual report on the state of the Polish shared micromobility market: bikes, e-scooters and e-mopeds. The year 2022 brought a record supply of vehicles for these services, available in nearly 200 towns.
In 2022, the entire shared micromobility market in Poland reached its highest ever level of approx. 120k vehicles, of which nearly 80% were electric scooters, 20% bike sharing systems, and only 0,5% shared e-mopeds.
“This report is another annual portion of information on the condition of the Polish shared micromobilty market, that is self-service sharing of vehicles in three different modalities: bikes, e-scooters and e-mopeds.
2022 was also another year of seeking a formula for the coexistence of various types of shared vehicles in urban space, certainly not groundbreaking, but certainly showing that in Polish cities, the management of shared micromobility services requires developing a common standard that would serve all parties involved: the residents, the local administration, and the service providers themselves.”– from the report’s preface
The media patron of the report is SmartRide.pl – the first Polish portal about micromobility.