European Shared Mobility Index
Benchmark report for
cities in Europe
shared mobility services
2022: A Year Of Contrasts
2022 saw the invasion of Ukraine and economic downturn, making it much harder to secure new funds. As operators have had to streamline operations and focus on profitability, 93 services were paused or stopped. Several operators were recapitalized in a hurry, others were acquired or went through mergers.
At the same time, cities are voicing their concerns over safety and the occupation of public space. In April 2023, the people of Paris will vote on whether or not to continue with shared scooter services, a decision that may have implications beyond the French capital.
Challenges lie ahead in 2023, but there is good reason to remain optimistic. The EU recently announced a 17-point plan to double the number of kilometres cycled by 2030, making cycling and riding safer, and giving shared mobility services room to grow.
Download the report to learn how the market has reacted to the challenges and how usage has changed in 2022.
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.
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