In the “Mobile City Analysis” series, we present a report on micromobility in Poland in 2020 showing how shared bikes, scooters and mopeds survived the first year of the pandemic?
The outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic created in 2020 a particularly difficult environment for shared means of urban transport in the so-called micromobility sector, that is city bikes, e-scooters and e-mopeds rented by minute. In some periods, the decline in the mobility of Polish residents reached 55%. Still, the supply of the aforementioned city bikes and electric mopeds decreased to a much lesser extent – by 33% and 19% respectively. Meanwhile, the supply of electric kick scooters has doubled – according to another publication in the “Mobile City Analysis” series
The published report is the result of our monitoring of the shared micromobility market in Poland throughout 2020. The results of the analyses are published every quarter with comments on the SmartRide.pl 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 were our supporting members: Dott and Uniqa.