What is Micromobility?
“Micromobility is defined as small and lightweight (less than 500 kg) modes of transport with speeds less than 25 km/h, most of which are used individually, such as the use of bicycles, and with standing position, such as the use of scooters.
Micromobility can include both human-powered and electric vehicles, though electric vehicles cannot have internal combustion engines or travel over 45 km/h (28mi/h) to remain classified as micromobility. Micromobility can be both privately owned or available as rental vehicles, often in the form of dockless sharing.”
What we do
E-Micromobility is a specialised project preparation & packaging consultancy. We provide turnkey management services focusing on African infrastructure and properties. This initiative stems from our interest and work in smart cities and in leading policy conversations towards making African cities and infrastructure work. Some of our key milestones are included below.
What We Have Done Before
CityCon Africa is a committed advocate for the development of future mobility solutions in collaboration with its partners in government,
industry and academia. MCA aims to influence policy direction of government, particular as it relates to future of mobility that will be Connected, Autonomous,
Sustainable and Electric or C.A.S.E. Mobility.
Some of our key milestones are included below.
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