European Shared Mobility Index
Benchmark report for
cities in Europe
shared mobility services
Full speed ahead!
For the first time in two years, shared mobility has enjoyed spring demand without lockdowns. A mild April and May, followed by a hot June, led to significant increases in ridership on 2021 levels. The mode seeing the most growth in trips was, unsurprisingly, free-floating bikes. In the last edition, fluctuo reported that over 13,000 bikes had been added to fleets in Q1 - and this really shows. It seems that in the largest cities, scooters have hit maximum capacity, but there is still room for growth in small and medium-sized cities. In some countries, however, policy continues to limit progress.
The European Shared Mobility Index by fluctuo provides a comprehensive snapshot of an industry that is redefining urban transport. Focusing on 22 diverse European cities, it provides an in-depth analysis of shared bike, scooter, moped, and car sharing services. This is the third in a series of quarterly reports that benchmarks industry activity, market trends, and performance metrics across Europe's shared mobility sector.
Note: No INVERS customer data was used within this report. The data collected was solely provided by fluctuo.
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fluctuo is Europe’s leading aggregator of data on shared mobility services (bikes, scooters, mopeds, cars). We combine innovative data collection methods, sophisticated algorithms, and a team of mobility experts to produce the most exhaustive accurate data possible.
The European Shared Mobility Index is one of the analytical reports fluctuo publishes.