Making room for micromobility

Research suggests that designated parking areas improve compliance and may positively impact public perception of shared e-scooter parking. Does this mean a station-based system is the only solution? Not quite! There’s plenty of ways for free-floating systems to remain free.

  • Industry examples

    See how operators around the world manage dockless e-scooter and bike parking.

  • Case Study

    We planned a geofence market from scratch using Google My Maps. It's a video!

  • Multimedia lessons

    Short and informative lessons - enhanced with engaging images and infographics.

What you'll learn:

Building upon research from cities, consulting firms and shared mobility service providers, this course will guide you to plan an effective parking strategy for an e-scooter or bike share service.

    1. Scoot Over! Making Room in Cities for Shared Micromobility

    2. Parking Pains for Shared Mobility Operators

    3. Types of Parking for E-Scooter and Bike Sharing Systems

    4. Global Industry Examples - How Operators Are Doing It

    5. The City Perspective on E-Scooter Parking: Interview with Mobility Coordinator, Dane Eifling

    1. Case Study: Introducing Chariot Mobility

    2. Geofencing Using Google My Maps

    3. Test Your Learning!

    1. Micromobility Parking Glossary

    2. Voi + Gehl: Micromobility Parking Guide

    3. Dott + Momentum + 6t: The Challenge of Parking - Transferring Knowledge from Paris to London

    4. NACTO: Bike Share Station Siting Guide

    5. Transportation for America: Shared Micromobility Playbook - Parking & Street Design

    6. Institute for Transportation and Development Policy: The Bikeshare Planning Guide

    7. Micromobility Landscape: Vendors For Parking Charging & Hubs

  • Free
  • 15 lessons
  • multimedia
  • 2 videos

From clutter to compliance

By encouraging parking in certain areas, operators can prevent vehicles from obstructing the flow of pedestrians and traffic, while improving distribution throughout the service area.