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Miguel.Cabrera
Micromobility🇪🇸: 18 🛴 companies have been APPROVED to operate in . Lime Voi Scoot Koko Wind Tier Mobike Acciona Eskay Taxify Ufo Rideconga Flash Ari Alma Motit4u Jump Uber SJV Consulting DECLINED Co's: Bird Donkey Movo Cabcar Cabify Taxir Mygo
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Miguel.Cabrera Feb 12
Replying to @miguelecabrera
8,610 scooters to be distributed throughout all neighborhoods and districts in . (from a 10.000 citywide cap). The approved companies have 2-months to launch.
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DrivingMzStacey🚴🏼‍♀️🛴🚆🏎 Feb 12
Replying to @miguelecabrera
Wow! I am anxious to hear how this goes. Quite the pilot!
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Kerby Olsen Feb 12
Replying to @miguelecabrera
18! Putting the US to shame
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Tomas Calvo Gomez Feb 12
Replying to @miguelecabrera @asymco
Aggregation apps are a real need for users!!!!
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Adrien Lelièvre 🚲🛴 Feb 12
Replying to @miguelecabrera
Impressive. Madrid is the new world capital of scooters
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Miguel.Cabrera Feb 12
Replying to @miguelecabrera
SAFETY REQUIREMENTS: To obtain authorization, companies must have user and third party insurance, GPS geolocation, and app features that prevent that trips start/finish in areas where and other vehicles are not allowed to circulate.
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Victor E Flores Feb 12
Replying to @miguelecabrera
Makes me feel like I may have gotten in the wrong line of work 🛴
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The aatblog.com Feb 13
Replying to @miguelecabrera
I hope Madrid has the sense to hire a third party paid for by the scooter companies to pick up the litter blocking the sidewalks. Then again I live in San Antonio, we have tiny sidewalk to none at all.
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Miguel.Cabrera Feb 13
Replying to @BikeSanAntonio
This is definitely a concern. But the rules for scooter parking are very clear. I'm sure there will be a few companies that will get kicked out for not following the very strict requirements... There's no other way to protect all pedestrians.
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Augustin Friedel Feb 13
Replying to @miguelecabrera
So in avg. ~ 550 scooters per operator 🛴 - impossible to build a sustainable business case with such scaling limits... 🙈
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Miguel.Cabrera Feb 13
Replying to @AugustinFriedel
The 25 companies requested authorization for 108,094 scooters to be deployed. Only 8,610 have been granted. I think the limits will increase as demands grows in districts outside the city centre.
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David Shakory Feb 13
This is huge! I wonder if any city will allow no caps seeing these numbers...
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Miguel.Cabrera Feb 13
Replying to @miguelecabrera
SCOOTER CIRCULATION: 🚫sidewalks, bus lanes, streets of 2 or more travel lanes per direction, highways or highway accesses without traffic lights ✅bike paths, sharrows, any 30km/hr limit street (85% of all streets in ). Parks: on bike path or 5km/hr max if pedestrian ways
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Paula 🐴🚲 Feb 14
Replying to @miguelecabrera
Thx for sharing! Do you know why the other companies' proposals have been rejected?
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Miguel.Cabrera Feb 14
Replying to @cormerap
Did not meet requirements, but I'm trying to find out specifics.
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J D Sharp Feb 15
Replying to @miguelecabrera
Just curious, what is the current tally of brain injuries and cracked bodies? The trial in Portland Oregon where I am did not go so well. We will see how this moves forward, if at all. Too many scooters in the river, too many on the sidewalk. might need a separate right of way.
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Miguel.Cabrera Feb 15
Replying to @JDSharp1
You’re right. But it is moving forward otherwise: polluted air here is killing more people than scooter accidents ever will... plus, city is requiring 🛴 co’s user + 3rd party insurance, so at least E-room bill is covered... well, here health is covered for everybody, regardless.
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Miguel.Cabrera Feb 17
Replying to @JDSharp1
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Algimantas Krasauskas⚡️ Feb 21
Replying to @miguelecabrera
What is the reason those 7 were declined?
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