One of Europe’s leading e-mobility firms, Superpedestrian, is expanding its shared e-scooter service with nine new locations opened in just three months.
After making its European debut in Rome in September 2020, Superpedestrian claims it is on track to serve residents in more than 30 European cities by the end of 2021.
The company introduced shared fleets of its LINK scooter to Madrid and Alcalá de Henares by the end of last year, and is now expanding its portfolio to Austria, Italy, Portugal, Spain and Sweden.
By September 2021, the company’s e-scooters will be serving residents in more than 24 European cities and enabling around 100,000 miles of emissions-free travel every day.
Superpedestrian vice president EMEA, Haya Douidri, said: “This achievement is confirmation that Superpedestrian’s shared e-scooters are now really taking off in Europe. Adding nine locations in just a few weeks, with a further seven to come by the end of June, and serving 24 European cities less than one year after entering the market, are tremendous achievements. It’s proof that our market-leading safe and smart e-scooters, with their robust design and advanced self-diagnostic and self-protection technologies, are ideally suited to Europe’s cities, riders and pedestrians.”
In March alone, Superpedestrian e-scooters began operating in three new cities, including Aprilia and Turin in Italy and Malaga in Spain. They were joined by Palermo in early April, and later that month Vienna became the home of Superpedestrian’s 30th fleet of shared e-scooters globally. Further launches recently took place in Stockholm, Lisbon and several Spanish towns. Seven new locations are due in Italy before the end of June.