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June 2020

Managing micromobility

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Micromobility is an umbrella term that refers to the growing number of small, often electric powered vehicles such as e-scooters, e-bikes, self-balancing devices and e-skateboards that we are increasingly seeing on our streets. Their wider introduction affects all public and private landowners because micromobility vehicles may be used and/or parked on private land. These vehicles present opportunities and risks for landowners, which can be navigated with some forward planning.

In this article for DAC Beachcroft, Martin Wedderburn, shares his views on the opportunities and risks for landowners and developers presented by this evolving form of transport.

See the full article here.