In the “Mobile City Analysis” series, we present a report on shared micromobility in Poland in 2021 showing how shared bikes, e-scooters and e-mopeds performed during the 2nd year of the pandemic, and how shared e-scooters welcomed new regulations.

It’s been two years of dealing with the coronavirus pandemic by shared micromobility services, incl. bike, e-scooter and e-moped sharing systems. In the first year of the pandemic (2020), Poles rather stayed at home, and the decline in their mobility reached even 55%. In the second year of the pandemic (2021), Poles have returned to their typical pre-pandemic level of societal mobility. How has this impacted the shared micromobility offerings in Polish cities? According to another publication in the “Mobile City Analysis” series, this market grew by 58% year over year to almost 69,000 vehicles.

In addition, 2021 was the first season, in which new regulations for electric scooters were in force in Poland. They did not slow down the market, however. On the contrary – the increase in the offer of shared e-scooters in Poland was 146% year over year, which made this micromobility option to constitute as much as two-thirds of the entire shared micromobility market in Poland in terms of vehicle supply.

The published report is the result of our monitoring of the shared micromobility market in Poland since the beginning of 2020. The results of the analyses are published every quarter with comments on the portal, which specializes in the subject of micromobility, as part of the joint “Micromobility Data Zone” project.

We invite you to download and read the report (available only in Polish). Its titular partners are our supporting members: Nextbike, Tier and Uniqa.

We also encourage you to check our other publications.

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