In every urban area there are thousands of employees and workers who move around causing daily traffic congestion. Many still use the car to get to work,
The future of sustainable mobility looks to the last mile. Solutions for workers and companies are constantly developing, such as the Eagle Etsp service
Micromobility can make a macroscopic difference for the quality of our life and the protection of the environment. In fact, the term creates an indissoluble combination with "electric"
Eagle Etsp looks at the world of sustainable mobility from a business perspective. The startup caters to companies with an ad hoc service
Eagle Etsp: where the scooters and bikes of the startup that offers micro-mobility solutions to companies for the last mile of its employees arrive.
Pdays is the biennial event organized by AIPARK, the Italian Parking Association chaired by the President of ATM - Milan Transport Company - Fabio Mosconi.
Shared mobility, intended for stations
Road monitoring is now also done with scooters. After the experimentation on traditional vehicles, the ANAS and MIT Senseable City Lab
From open spaces to the last mile: the advantages of electric scooters A simple service for users and companies Micromobility in freedom with Eagle Etsp solutions
The start-up offers accessible and eco-sustainable mobility thanks to scooters
Electric scooters for marinas. To offer them for hire is a Neapolitan startup, Eagle Etsp, founded by Michele Palmieri (who is also CEO of the company) just a year ago, also reported by Sole 24 Ore
MOBILITY WITHOUT THOUGHTS - The Neapolitan startup Eagle Etsp offers an innovative and specialized scooter rental service for marinas
Born in Naples in 2021, the startup Eagle Etsp offers an innovative and specialized service for the rental of electric scooters for companies with large spaces
According to a McKinsey survey, the consensus for alternative travel is growing
Kickscooters, scooters, electric bicycles have begun to be part of corporate mobility, in a market that is increasingly interested in micro-mobility. 10 percent of Italian companies already use it and, according to a research, this percentage is destined to rise.
Sharing mobility services in Italian cities are starting to grow again. The micro-mobility monopolizes l 'offer and Milan is the city with the most offer.
Three days of training on the use of the vehicle dedicated to the youngest. The Councillor for Mobility: "There are specific rules that you need to know in order to use it"
The speed limit drops from 25 to 20 km / h and remains the limit of 6 km / h in pedestrian areas. It is expressly sanctioned the prohibition of parking on pavements
Corporate shared mobility is constantly growing. Is shared corporate mobility spreading with constantly growing numbers and does it still have ample room for development in front of it. Essentially for two reasons.
Provided by law since 1998, the role of the Mobility Manager was strengthened in 2020 with the Relaunch Decree and made mandatory for companies over 100 employees with a specific decree in May 2021. Objective: to create a home-work travel plan that is essential with the increase of smart working due to the pandemic
In the Gazzetta the Ministerial Decree for the implementation of the Relaunch Decree; 50 million in contributions from Sostegni bis Piani by November 23 The number of employees that falls within the ceiling of 100 is wide
Generali Assicurazioni enters the capital of Ridemovi, a micro-mobility company active in Italy and Spain. A new step in Generali's sustainability strategy, and an important milestone for Ridemovi, which will double its fleets and open new markets in Europe and outside the EU
First 4 million for projects in Bari, Milan, Naples, Padua, Palermo, Pisa and Rome.
The idea comes from the start-up Totem, headed by the Punch automotive group
Here are some tips to approach the micro-mobility revolution with grace, intelligence and compassion.
Smart Mobility Report: Italy is back on electric vehicles but there is a boom for scooters
Lately the issue of sustainable mobility and in this case of electric micro-mobility are topics that are taking up more and more space in the problems that Italy is facing.
From 2017 it is mandatory for cities over 100 thousand inhabitants to adopt the Urban Sustainable Mobility Plans