Micromobility, which involves light weighted means of transportation such as electric scooters and bike for short trips mostly in urban areas, is growing internationally and making its way into Middle Eastern cities. One of the reasons for their sudden success is that they have solved the long-standing problem of the last mile and exploited a neglected gap in the market.
City dwellers and visitors struggle with first/last mile transportation, congestion and cost. It's also inefficient for a large, gas-guzzling vehicle to carry one person for a short distance. Many micromobility players are venturing into the Middle East and partnering with local companies to bring innovation and develop the right products and services for the region
This program will bring together stakeholders across the value chain in the region to discuss ongoing and upcoming projects and initiatives by governments, local authorities, private and public organizations to introduce micromobility services
Information on new initiatives and upcoming projects to support micromobility adoption
Identify the gaps and opportunities for the adoption of micromobility in your city or infrastructure projects
Meet the micromobility value chain and understand how each of them can contribute to your city specific needs
Understand how to attract public and private investments in mobility transformation