E-scooters are great for plugging the last-mile gap. But could they also replace short-distance transit by public transport? A Singapore-based study says yes – and not just in the city-state itself, but in urban centres around the world.
In a few short years, e-scooters have become a fixture in Singapore (pictured), and indeed of cityscapes the world over. Compact, low-cost, and hassle-free, the electrified two-wheelers are now the preferred micro-mobility mode for millions, used to plug last-mile gaps in inner-city journeys.
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